Dr. Michael Stone, professor of Armenian studies, founder of the Armenian Studies program in Hebrew University, author of over 40 books and 400 articles (mostly on Armenian topics) speaks about the value that Armenian culture and history presents for him. His books include publications of unique Armenian biblical stories and epigraphy, translation of medieval Armenian poetry as well as archaeological discoveries of the oldest Armenian writing (inscriptions) that were made in Israel which he shows in the pages of the book he has published.
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British Member of Parliament says UK owes it to Armenians to recognise the Armenian Genocide. He also speaks about the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict criticising Azerbaijan for its stance and for being a 'failed state'.
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Israel Charny is a renowned Jewish-American scholar who has written extensively about Armenian Genocide, addressing the phenomenon of genocide denial in particular. In the interview to Schoarm Dr. Charny says it is important to speak about the Armenian Genocide and about all other genocides today because to this day the humanity hasn't found a way to put an end to this crime against humanity. He harshly criticises the deniers of the Genocide calling them liars. He also tells the story of how he personally got involved with studying the Armenian Genocide and why it is important f
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In this interview Dr. Krzysztof Stopka, Professor of History at Jagiellonian University in Poland, speaks about his studies of the Polish Armenians and their contribution in the art, culture, architecture, economy and other spheres of life in Poland throughout history. Dr. Stopka is the author of many books about Armenians in Poland, among which Armenian Warsaw album which describes in detail the contributions of Polish Armenians in the history of Warsaw. Interview by Nvard Chalikyan
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Baroness Caroline Cox, member of British House of Lords, visited Artsakh / Nagorno Karabakh many times during the war (1991-1994). She was an eyewitness to the aggression and attempts of ethnic cleansing by Azerbaijan against the people of the Nagorno Karabakh who wanted to be independent from Azerbaijan. She testifies that Azerbaijan unleashed a full-scale war against Artsakh using military force (dropping cluster bombs and GRAD) on the civilian population, which included children. After what she has seen she unequivocally condemns Azerbaijan for its aggression and stands of for the just cause of the Karabakh Armenians. She states that the people of Artsakh have been and continue to face an existential threat from Azerbaijan, that they have fought and defended their right to live in their historic homeland. Baroness Cox 's humanitarian organization HART today has a branch in Artsakh and works to support the people living there. Carline Cox believes that the international community should recognize and support Artsakh and should put pressure on Azerbaijan which up today pursues the policy of taking control over Artsakh by force and strip it of its Armenian population. Cox also comments about Azeri propaganda and 'caviar diplomacy' abroad, which runs on oil money and is full of lies and misinformation. Interview by Nvard Chalikyan Baroness Cox is the co-author of "Ethnic Cleansing in Progress: War in Nagorno Karabakh" http://sumgait.info/caroline-cox/ethnic-cleansing-in-progress/operation-ring.htm Her testimony on the Maragha massacre (how Azeris slaughtered the inhabitants of an Armenian village) can be found here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eI4zsZzcytQ
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