The Institute of World Politics

The Armenian Genocide: A Century of Sorrow (Part 1)

The Armenian Genocide: A Century of Sorrow (Part 1)

This conference entitled "The Armenian Genocide: A Century of Sorrow " took place on March 28, 2015 at The Institute of World Politics. The event was co-sponsored by IWP, Mastrapa Consultants and the Political Developments Research Center. Speakers and topics included: PART 1 Welcome and Introduction Vilen Khlgatyan Vice Chairman, Political Developments Research Center "The Common Tactics of Denial: A Comparison of the Armenian and Rwandan Genocides" Gregory H. Stanton, Ph.D President, Genocide Watch "The Armenian Paradigm" Marek J. Chodakiewicz, Ph.D. Professor of History, The Kosciuszko Chair in Polish Studies, The Institute of World Politics PART 2 "Examining the Armenian Genocide under International Law: Justice and Accountability" Kate Nahapetian Government Affairs Director, Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) "The Confiscation of Ethnic Minority Property by the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic: Potential Scenarios for Delayed Transitional Justice" Tania C. Mastrapa, Ph.D. Founder, Mastrapa Consultants PART 3 "The Annual Turkey Pardon: A Failed Policy of Denial and Why It's Time to Reexamine the US Relationship with Ankara" Steven Oshana Executive Director, A Demand for Action "Turkish Foreign Policy: Married to the West, but Beds the East" Vilen Khlgatyan Vice Chairman, Political Developments Research Center PART 4 "The Hidden Armenians of Turkey: New Realities in Turkish-Armenian Relations on the Eve of the Genocide Centennial" Raffi Bedrosyan Activist-Writer

Duration: 1 hr 24 min

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