The Armenian question: where does it stand more than a century after the genocide?

On the night of April 24th, 1915, executives of the Ottoman Young Turks-led government emitted an ordinance giving way to the 20th century’s first genocide: the killing of one million and a half Armenians (along with thousands of Assyrians other minorities). Yet, on the year marking the 105th anniversary of this tragedy, the international community persists in dealing with the Armenian question in unsettled terms, split between progressivist idealism in favor of human rights, and the legacy of those same sovereign principles which have allowed for the diffusion of ⋙

Armenia, genocide, Turkey, Ottoman empire, European Union, Azerbaijan, Nagorno-Karabakh

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