Turkey and the Armenian: a question of genocide


The origins of the Armenian question go back a few centuries, but it was in the early 1900s that the genocide began. Turkey, a candidate for EU membership, finds it difficult to do justice to the Armenians even today, despite the existence of historical documentation bearing witness to a tragic reality. Europe’s own uncompromising position is merely theoretical.

The origins of the Armenian question go back a few centuries, but it was in the early 1900s that the genocide began. Turkey, a candidate for EU membership, finds it difficult to do justice to the Armenians even today, despite the existence of historical documentation bearing witness to a tragic reality. Europe’s own uncompromising position is merely theoretical.

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