PUBLICATIONS
ALASTAIR SOOKE: LEONARDO DA VINCI’S GROUNDBREAKING ANATOMICAL SKETCHES
11.09.2013 \ 00:54 Reads: 1984
We tend to think of Leonardo da Vinci as a painter, even though he probably produced no more than 20 pictures before his death in 1519.
JAPAN AND TURKEY: ON «COMFORT WOMEN» AND GENOCIDE
10.09.2013 \ 15:45 Reads: 1953
The sleepy town of Glendale became the center of a major international controversy on July 9, when the City Council approved a memorial to ‘comfort women’.
LAURENCE PETER. ARMENIA RIFT OVER TRADE DEAL FUELS EU-RUSSIA TENSION
10.09.2013 \ 10:49 Reads: 1039
Armenia's decision to join a Russian-led customs union has thrown EU plans to forge closer ties with the Caucasus republic into disarray.
NUCLEAR ENERGY IS A FRENCH INDUSTRIAL SECTOR OF EXCELLENCE
24.08.2013 \ 17:42 Reads: 952
France ranks second after the United States with 58 reactors and possesses globally acknowledged expertise in the nuclear sector which is the fruit of the constant commitment and investment of French industrial groups and SMEs for the past 60 years.
A POLITICAL OFFICER AT THE U.S. MISSION TO NATO
18.08.2013 \ 02:30 Reads: 1103
8 a.m. – We stand on the street outside our house, my 6-year-old daughter and I, waiting for the school bus. It’s our morning ritual – often the only time I see her each day.
NOT IN TURKEY’S INTEREST TO PROVOKE BORDER CLASH WITH ARMENIA
15.08.2013 \ 19:09 Reads: 1272
A deadly incident with potentially serious consequences took place on the Armenian-Turkish border in the night of July 31. Armenian and Turkish sources have provided conflicting versions of this event. They agree, however, that a Turkish shepherd was shot dead after crossing into Armenian territory.
FRANCE: WORLD LEADER IN LUXURY GOODS
02.08.2013 \ 02:20 Reads: 946
According to a survey by Bain & Company, a global management consulting firm, growth in the world luxury sector increased by about 10% in 2012. French companies, which account for a quarter of worldwide turnover, are the most dynamic in the sector.
NATIONAL COUNCIL ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN REPUBLIC OF ARMENIA
12.07.2013 \ 21:16 Reads: 1405
The lobbying of Sustainable development principles in Armenia begun from 1994, when I began to teach a course "The Sustainable Development Concept: theory and practice” in YSU. In one year on the basis of this course a manual for universities was prepared and published with support of UNDP.
THE 100TH TOUR DE FRANCE
26.06.2013 \ 17:02 Reads: 991
After the French Open, the Tour de France has been the sporting event of the year for 110 years. For this 100th Tour – the event was cancelled during the World Wars – the organizers, from the Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) company wanted to showcase France's heritage treasures.
VINEXPO: THE WINE AND SPIRIT INDUSTRY’S LANDMARK EVENT
17.06.2013 \ 14:50 Reads: 998
A large range of spirits - brandies, vodkas, rums, whiskies, gins and armagnacs - will be on show at the Vinexpo stands. Pisco from Peru, sake, cachaça, grappa and tequila will also be available, revealing the wealth and variety of the exhibited products, and for the first time in Bordeaux, a Mexican pavilion will showcase a selection of tequilas.
ANNA NAVASARDIAN ON PAINT'S POETIC NATURE (VIDEO)
10.06.2013 \ 02:03 Reads: 1457
Artist Anna Navasardian talks about her attraction to paint, describing it as a poetic medium, which she uses to create paintings based either on old soviet-era found-photographs or from weeklong studio sittings with live models.
PLAINTIFFS FILE DEVASTATING RESPONSE TO US GOVERNMENT’S ANTI-ARMENIAN BRIEF
31.05.2013 \ 19:20 Reads: 1075
Lawyers on behalf of Armenian plaintiffs responded last week to the U.S. Government’s brief which had urged the Supreme Court not to review a Federal Appeals Court decision striking down a California law extending the statute of limitations on Armenian Genocide-era insurance claims.
ART IS THE PORTRAYAL OF HUMAN VALUES IN LIFE AND THE SEARCH FOR BEAUTY IN NATURE
28.05.2013 \ 19:32 Reads: 1287
Art has never had, and even today, it lacks a definite and authoritative definition. A disparity of definitions of art is what is the only credible and constant fact. If it suddenly happened that we exhausted our discussion of characterizing art and ended with an undisputed definition, then art will become science. However, without art, human life would be flat, dull, and an unappealing process. Art born through the course of humanization of man will remain arguable as long as man continues living and surviving on earth.
HOUSE RESOLUTION GOES BEYOND GENOCIDE RECOGNITION SEEKING TRUTH AND JUSTICE
25.05.2013 \ 23:43 Reads: 879
It is well-known that the U.S. government has recognized the Armenian Genocide on several occasions, starting in 1951 by the submission of an official document to the International Court of Justice (World Court), followed by Pres. Ronald Reagan’s Presidential Proclamation of April 22, 1981, and through two House resolutions in 1975 and 1984.
TSARNI RETRACTS APOLOGY TO ARMENIANS, BREAKS PROMISE TO RECTIFY EARLIER CLAIM
08.05.2013 \ 23:28 Reads: 1164
Armenians were naturally relieved upon learning that Tsarni had told the Mirror-Spectator: "Armenia has a very strong culture, therefore, I want to stress that his [Misha’s] ethnicity has nothing to do with it. I wish I had never said it. I felt for you [Armenians] and wish I had never done it.” He went on to apologize for linking the Armenian community "to this evil event.”
“KIDS”: A SOLO EXHIBITION BY ANNA NAVASARDIAN
05.05.2013 \ 00:52 Reads: 1405
Armenian-born, New York-based young artist Anna Navasardian, 24, is exhibiting a solo show entitled "Kids” at Michael Janssen Singapore. Consisting of life-size paintings featuring intimate portraits of adult and school-aged subjects, Navasardian’s work demonstrates incredible weight and depth far beyond her years. A number of the works on display are from the artist’s title series which explores themes such as identity, puberty, growing up, memory and recollection.
Navasardian talks to The Muse about her childhood and her latest exhibition.
MOLES, INFORMANTS AND DOUBLE AGENTS IN BOSTON MARATHON BOMBINGS
03.05.2013 \ 23:58 Reads: 1137
The most mysterious character is ‘Misha’ whom Ruslan Tsarni, uncle of the Boston bombers, described as an Armenian convert to Islam who had supposedly brainwashed and radicalized Tamerlan, the elder of the suspected Tsarnaev brothers. Ruslan described ‘Misha’ as a heavy-set bald exorcist with a long reddish beard!
FALSE ACCUSATION LINKING ARMENIAN TO BOSTON BOMBINGS SHOULD BE CONDEMNED
02.05.2013 \ 15:54 Reads: 1420
It is high time that Armenians organize an anti-defamation organization that would vigorously pursue all those who libel and defame them around the world.
GUIDELINES FOR THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE CENTENNIAL
18.04.2013 \ 04:09 Reads: 1076
Armenian communities around the world are gearing up for the Centennial of the Genocide on April 24, 2015, by coordinating their commemorative plans at the local, regional, and international levels.
WILL THE MAGNITSKY LIST SPOIL DONILON’S RUSSIA TRIP?
13.04.2013 \ 23:14 Reads: 1458
A senior State Department official briefing reporters Friday defended the size of the Magnitsky list and said that asset freezes needed to meet a high standard determined by the Treasury Department, requiring a smaller list initially.
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