Azerbaijani Armed Forces Down Artsakh Helicopter Near the Line of Contact between Artsakh and Azerbaijan, in Agdam region, on November 12, 2014. Three officers were killed.
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White Paper on “Hayastan” All-Armenian Fund Part III By Ara K. Manoogian When John Danilovich, Chief Executive Officer for the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), warned Robert Kocharyan on March 11, 2008, that the program may suffer because of Armenia’s retreat [READ MORE…]
Mr. Serzh Sargsyan, members of the Armenian Government and the National Assembly, The rising death toll and the widespread abuse in the Armenian and Artsakh armies are alarming. Today the cause of the huge wave of public outrage is not [READ MORE…]
The tradition for not punishing the military personnel for violence has been set by none other than Colonel-General Seyran Ohanyan, Defense Minister of Armenia, on June 19, 2005. That day Seyran Ohanyan, then the Defense Minister of Artsakh, together with a number of high-ranking military officials—Samvel Karapetyan, Vardan Balayan, Artur Harutiunyan, Vladik Khachatryan, as well as current Defense Minister of Artsakh, Movses Hakobyan—subjected Artsakh war veteran Pavel Manukyan to a severe gang beating within the walls of the Defense Ministry. The incident became a scandal both on TV, and in media, however, it didn’t get as much public attention as it would today thanks to the social networks. Numerous articles were written about the violence committed by High-Ranking Generals, the Armenian authorities call on the their counterparts in Artsakh to conduct impartial investigation of the matter, former Arkady Ghukasyan promised to guarantee unbiased administration of justice.
ARMENIAN SOCIETY SPLIT OVER ARMY CONTROVERSY By Ara K. Manoogian About two weeks ago a scandalous YouTube video of sadism in the Armenian army sent an alarm to thousands of people. Today it’s their reaction to the 4 [READ MORE…]
“Be The Change” – this is how Raw Radio titled its Episode 19, which is an interview I gave the online radio station about my activism on June 3. I believe it turned out to be a very informative 1 [READ MORE…]
By Ara Manoogian “Silence is one of the hardest arguments to refute,” Josh Billings, a 19th century popular American humorist, once famously said. But no matter how hard it appears to be, I have no other choice but to start a [READ MORE…]
By Ara Manoogian Seventeen years following his martyrdom in Artsakh, Armenian national hero Monte Melkonian is once again a victim of defamation. I came across a very interesting interview on Radio Open Source with an Armenian decorated filmmaker and documentarian [READ MORE…]
Ted Bogosian is one of those uncommon journalists and filmmakers for whom the stark truth of the matter is all that counts. Truth at the far pole from truthiness. Emotional truth. Historical truth. Negotiable truth, which is to say: politically [READ MORE…]