Oct 4, 2018

An ARF Mystery: What happened to Unger Sarkis Zeitlian?
On March 28, 1985 during the Lebanese Civil War, Unger was abducted on his way to work in

Oct 4, 2018

Hostages as State Policy
Photo: Wikimedia In August 2018, US President Trump angrily announced that sanctions will

Oct 3, 2018

Pashinyan and Parliament At Odds Over Early Snap Elections as ARF Loses Ministerial Footing
As of Tuesday, the Armenian Revolutionary Federal (ARF) no longer has representation in th

Oct 3, 2018

From New York to Paris, from Armenia to New York
Arthur Makaryan is an emerging NYC-based Armenian theater and opera director and a recent

Oct 3, 2018

Recalibrating Leadership and Legitimacy in the Armenian Diaspora
In late September, PM Pashinyan visited Diasporan leaders in New York, during his visit to

Oct 3, 2018

Re-Independence, an Election, and the U.N.
It’s been quite a full Armenian political week. September 21 was the 27th anniversary o

Oct 2, 2018

House Intelligence Chairman Nunes Exploring Options to Reduce U.S. Reliance on Turkey’s Incirlik Airbase
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes confers with ANCA Executive Director Ara

Oct 1, 2018

Charles Aznavour, French-Armenian International Singer, Dies at 94
Beloved French-Armenian singer-songwriter, actor, and fierce proponent of the Armenian cau

Sep 30, 2018

Newton Native wins Democratic Primary for Maryland House of Delegates
Lorig Charkoudian, originally from Newton, Massachusetts, won the Democratic Primary for t

Sep 28, 2018

An Error We’re Pleased to Rectify
Last week, the Armenian Weekly published an announcement about its latest editorial staff,