This incisive work transmits to us in these dark days of political turmoil, says Colin Shindler
Turkey refuses to recognize any genocide its fore-bearers have committed
“Our conclusion that between 1,5 and 2,5 million Christians were murdered, from 1894 to 1924, is a cautious estimate”
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg apologized to Turkey over the incident
Turkey’s foreign policy today stands in stark contrast to the republic’s traditional orientation
The end product is that Turkey now discriminates against citizens who do not first and foremost identify through conservative political Islamism
Around 1.5 million Greeks were killed, 353.000 alone in Pontos (Northern Turkey today)
It is illegal in Turkey to denigrate the memory of Ataturk!
While the Armenian Genocide was occurring, the world turned a blind eye. A young German corporal, however, did not...
No, its president isn’t a dictator, and the country isn’t secular