"Colours of Armenia"

Resonance104.4FM, London

Guest on live broadcast of "Colours of Armenia" hosted by Hasmik Movsisian

10 April 2011

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2011-04-10

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An exercise in disinformation: linking Kurds to NKR

An exercise in disinformation: linking Kurds to NKR 

Armenian Reporter [Paramus, NJ] 02 Aug 2008: A4-A5.

Yelena Osipova & Emil Sanamyan 

WASHINGTON - Turkish and Azerbaijani officials have frequently sought to link Armenians to the Kurdish resistance in Turkey, typically referred to as the Kurdistan Workers' Party (pkk). But they have provided little to no evidence to substantiate such linkages. These allegations made a comeback between last October and earlier this year at a fairly high level and with all the hallmarks of an organized disinformation campaign. This analysis seeks to deconstruct the chronology of this effort aimed against Armenia.

"Pursuit of 'terrorists' or the presence of terrorists in a given territory has been used as pretext by states around the world for military operations," Hratch Tchilingirian of the University of Cambridge told the Armenian Reporter via e-mail.

 

2008-08-02

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Fresh clashes feared in Armenia crisis

Financial Times, Published: March 7 2008 01:03 | Last updated: March 7 2008 01:03

Fresh clashes feared in Armenia crisis

By Isabel Gorst and Stefan Wagstyl

2012-06-12

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The Challenges Facing the Armenian Church.

Aztag Daily (Beirut) 14 August 2004

The Challenges Facing the Armenian Church. An Interview with Hratch Tchilingirian

by Khatchig Mouradian

"The Armenian Church hides, under its each and every stone, a secret path ascending to the heavens", wrote the famous Armenian poet, Vahan Tekeyan. Yet, the Armenian Church is more than a religious institution that has acted as a "mediator" between Armenians and their God. Having survived the shifting tides of time for more than seventeen centuries, this "unique organization", as Professor Hratch Tchilingirian calls it in this interview, has served its people as much as, if not more than, it has served God. Today, in the age of globalization, secularization and false crusades, the Armenians - despite their constant boasting about having the oldest Christian state in the world - are also following this global trend, by gradually distancing themselves from established religious institutions and, at times, looking for spiritual answers elsewhere. 

2004-08-14

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The Mission of the Armenian Church in Today's World is not Clear

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Ազդակ (Aztag, Beirut) 14 August 2004

Այսօրուան Աշխարհին մէջ Հայ Եկեղեցւոյ Առաքելութիւնը Յստակ չէ Բանաձեւուած

[The Mission of the Armenian Church in Today's World is not Clear]

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2004-08-14

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Interview on the Caucasus Conflicts

Ազդակ (Aztag) 7 August 2004, p. 6

«Ղարաբաղ Տէ Ֆաքթօ Մաս կը կազմէ Հայաստանին»

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2004-08-08

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Interview de Hratch Tchilingirian par Khatchig Mouradian

Interview de Hratch Tchilingirian par Khatchig Mouradian, le 7 août 2004, Aztag

Parue dans « Aztagdaily » , traduction Louise Kiffer. 

« L’Abkhazie n’est pas un endroit pour des vacances, c’est une zone de guerre » a dit le Président géorgien Mikhaïl Saakashvili au début de ce mois, menaçant de couler les bateaux étrangers (sous-entendu : russes) qui entreraient dans la région sans autorisation de son gouvernement. Ses commentaires arrivèrent à un moment où les tensions s’élevaient entre les autorités centrales de Géorgie et deux de ses régions dissidentes, l’Ossétie du sud et l’Abkhazie, que Saakashvili avait promis de récupérer. Moscou s’est opposée furieusement à ces déclarations, ses relations avec la Géorgie s’étant effondrées depuis que la « révolution rose » avait porté au pouvoir Saakashvili le pro-occidental.

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2004-08-07

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South Caucasus: A war-zone or a place for holidays?

Aztag Daily (Beirut), 7 August 2004    

South Caucasus: A war-zone or a place for holidays? 

An Interview with Hratch Tchilingirian

by Khatchig Mouradian

`Abkhazia is not a place for holidays...it is a war zone,' said Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili earlier this month, threatening to sink foreign (implicitly understood as Russian) ships that enter the region without permission from his government. His comments came as tensions escalated between the central authorities of Georgia and two of its breakaway regions, South Ossetia and Abkhazia, which Saakashvili has promised to win back. Saakashvili's pronouncements on South Ossetia and Abkhazia have been furiously opposed by Moscow, whose relations with Georgia have plummeted from bad to worse since a `rose revolution' brought pro-western Saakhasvili to power.

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2004-08-07

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Monks are Safe in Bethlehem

Haratch (Paris) 6 April 2002

«Հայ վանականները ապահով են Բեթղեհէմի մէջ» [Armenian Monks are Safe in  Bethlehem] (Իսրաէլեան բանակի Ս. Ծննդեան համալիրի պաշարումին մասին)

2012-06-12

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