​United States Arrests Turkish National For Exporting Defense Data to Turkey


Arif Ugur was arrested on June 22, 2021 and charged in federal court in Boston with one count of wire fraud, one count of violating the Arms Export Control Act and one count of conspiracy to violate the Arms Export Control Act, stated in a press release the United States Attorney's Office, District of Massachusetts.

​Nagorno-Karabakh Is Moscow’s Latest Frozen Conflict


The exact chain of command in Nagorno-Karabakh is deliberately opaque. The leader of the Russian peacekeeping mission, Lt. Gen. Rustam Muradov, meets frequently with Azerbaijani and Armenian leaders to hear petitions about what should happen in the statelet. But because Armenian forces were forced to withdraw from the area—while Azerbaijan’s troops remain behind the new line of contact—Russia now has complete military control of Nagorno-Karabakh.

​With Turkey, the Problem Is NATO Membership, Not Armenia. Removing them from the alliance would actually serve a useful purpose


Next year, forget the Armenian genocide. Let’s have a serious debate about kicking Turkey out of NATO, coordinating with Europe in response to Ankara’s destructive behavior throughout the Eastern Mediterranean and Mideast, and applying Magnitsky sanctions against Erdoğan and his loyal apparatchiks, who have destroyed Turkish democracy. Doing so would serve a useful purpose — and keep the same lobbyists and PR flacks equally busy and well paid.

​Azerbaijan Sold 500 Tons of Weapons To the Repressive Regime of Congo


The United Nations should launch an investigation into these secret weapons sales from Azerbaijan to the dictator of Congo to oppress the human rights of the local population and rig the presidential election once again!

​Nagorno-Karabakh: This Could Be How the Next Caucasus War Begins


Simply put, too often, the United States plays checkers while other countries play chess. It is time for Washington, Paris, and others in the international community to think several steps ahead and anticipate the next war in the Caucasus if only to prevent it. Diplomats may value quiet, but they should be wary when past precedent and current evidence suggests quiet is not the foundation for peace, but rather the calm before an even greater storm.

​Pro-Trump Black American Group’s Controversial Link to Turkey (Part I)


By Harut Sassounian

Publisher, The California Courier

​Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in Australian educational settings: a prospective cohort study


School closures have occurred globally during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, empiric data on transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) among children and in educational settings are scarce. In Australia, most schools have remained open during the first epidemic wave, albeit with reduced student physical attendance at the epidemic peak. We examined SARS-CoV-2 transmission among children and staff in schools and early childhood education and care (ECEC) settings in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW).

​Arab World Finally Exposes Erdogan’s Hypocrisy as ‘Defender’ of Palestinians


Probably worse than Turkish hypocrisy is the gullibility of Western and Arab nations that have been fooled by Turkish deceits to think that Turkey is their friend and ally.

​Turkey’s Leaders Furious at Biden For his Attack on Pres. Erdogan


Should Biden win in the Presidential elections, it remains to be seen if he would maintain his hard line approach to Erdogan and Turkey.

​Cautiously Optimistic about Success of Biden/Harris in Presidential Elections


Between now and the Nov. 3, 2020 Presidential election, there is much more to be said in future articles about Biden and Trump and their positions on Armenian and Turkish issues.

​National Security Adviser Bolton Exposes Trump’s Corrupt dealings with Erdogan


By Harut Sassounian

Publisher, The California Courier

​Trump Does not have the Guts To Call it ‘Armenian Genocide’


Those who think I am criticizing Pres. Trump for partisan political reasons, I would like to remind everyone that I have written many articles harshly critical of Pres. Bill Clinton and Pres. Barack Obama, both Democrats.

​Turks Attack Each Other: Cypriot Turkish Leader Criticizes Turkey


The dispute between Turkey and the Turkish Cypriot leader is deviating the Turkish government’s attention away from a slew of other serious conflicts Turkey has with Armenia, Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Greece and Cyprus.

​The World Dislikes Trump & his Policies, According to Pew Research Center


Finally, in comparison with other major world leaders, Pres. Trump ranked at the bottom third of the Pew Research Center survey in 33 countrie

​Trump: No Americans were harmed in last night’s attack by Iran


No Americans were harmed in last night’s attack by Iran

​Trump says impeachment makes it difficult to deal with foreign leaders


President of the United States Donald Trump complained about “bogus impeachment scam” that makes it difficult to work with foreign leaders.

​Flying Cars Are Expected to Be Everywhere in Just a Few Years


Flying Cars Are Expected to Be Everywhere in Just a Few Years.

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United States Arrests Turkish National For Exporting Defense Data to Turkey
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AGBU President Berge Setrakian’s Global Message for April 24th and 115th Anniversary of the Organization
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