Monday, April 25, 2005

The Turkish-Armenian Question

Unsilencing the Past: Track Two Diplomacy and Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation, David L. Phillips
Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation Commission: Missed Opportunity, Kamer Kasim
Hopeful signs for Turkey, Armenia, David L. Phillips
To reconcile Turks and Armenians, O. Faruk Lologlu
A Reassessment of the German Role in the Armenian Genocide, Donald Bloxham
British Diplomacy and the Armenian Question, from the 1830s to 1914, Arman J. Kirakossian
Articles-Armenian Issue, The Turkish Weekly
Armenian Issue, FORSNET
Imperialism is the Main Obstacle on the Way of Armenian-Turkish Relations, Hasan Oktay
To the Members of the U.S. House of Representatives
The History of the Armenian Turkish Conflict, Justin Mc Carthy
(From) History of the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey, Stanford J. Shaw- Ezel K. Shaw
Political Scientists Explore Possible Aftermath of Genocide Recognition, Armenian Forum
Divided They Conquer:The Success of Armenian Ethnic Lobbies in the United States, Heather S. Gregg
Armenian Genocide Plagues Ankara 90 Years On, Bernhard Zand
A Synopsis on the Turkish-Armenian Question, Erol Yorulmazoglu
The Mentality of Abdulhamit Still Prevails, Nese Duzel-Mete Tuncay
Armenian Genocide Lie
Armenian National Institute
Allegations Of "So-Called Armenian Genocide", Oral Calislar
The Armenian Shadow over Turkey’s Democratisation, Gunes Murat Tezcur
Articles in Turkish, Dusunce Kahvesi
Many thanks to Yasar Sari, who is a PhD candidate at the University of Virginia's Department of Politics, for his help editing this post.

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