Should Biden win in the Presidential elections, it remains to be seen if he would maintain his hard line approach to Erdogan and Turkey.
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.
It is necessary to develop a n urgent concrete action plan and take steps to remove this resolution from the agenda of the Senate through the U.S. Department of State
The Commission on Artsakh, Security and Foreign Relations of the "Vernatun" sociopolitical club calls on the Armenian authorities to work with the U.S. authorities through all possible channels, using all the political, expert and lobbying potential of both Armenia and the Diaspora and to reach the exclusion of such resolution from being put to a vote in the Senate."
By Harut Sassounian
Publisher, The California Courier
Administration’s April 24th Statement Does Not Reflect America’s Proud Record Of Genocide Affirmation
This year’s statement, as has been the case in previous years, reflects a dictionary definition of genocide and uses the Armenian expression, Medz Yeghern, but falls short of President Ronald Reagan’s declarative statement in 1981:
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.
Finally, in comparison with other major world leaders, Pres. Trump ranked at the bottom third of the Pew Research Center survey in 33 countrie
Pres. Trump’s ‘peace plan’ will hopefully never see the light of day.
Pompeo says Chinese manufacturer Huawei is no less dangerous than Soviet era programs