Remembering the Armenian Genocide

  • 2006-04-26
  • Interview by Paul Chaderjian
This is the 91st year that we commemorate the genocide. What stands out in your mind as you think about this process?It is humbling to think that today, the children of the survivors and the government of Armenia, have been transformed from victims to activists, working with the international community to right a historical wrong, to acknowledge a crime against humanity and to advocate the prevention of such crimes in the future. We have the opportunity to do all of this because the process has evolved in ways that are both surprising and gratifying. Today, in its search for European Un...
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