Robert Kazandjian talks about the significance of the Armenian footballer Read More
Poverty, politics and pain
Robert Kazandjian talks about when political hardships collide with personal ones Read More
No Reconciliation without Recognition: A Personal History of the Armenian Genocide
by Robert Kazandjian On April 24, 2015 Armenians worldwide commemorated the centenary of the Armenian Genocide. In 1915, Ottoman authorities arrested approximately 250 prominent Armenian community figures and intellectuals in Constantinople, the majority of whom were executed. The great poet Daniel Varoujan was disembowelled before his eyes were gouged out. The carnage spread like a… Read More
When it comes to UK foreign policy, is it devil in a blue tie, devil in a red tie?
by Robert Kazandjian On the 7th of May, British citizens go to the polls. The mainstream media is currently sweltering, overcome by election fever. We are bombarded by the false promises of white, privately educated men. Domestically, change in governance may signal a tiptoe left towards the centre ground or perhaps drag us ever further… Read More
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