The Genocide and why Genocides Continue to Occur
Samantha Power considers the lengths to which politicians go to avoid the use of the word genocide, the g-word, because that means that the government must do something about it. Humanitarian issues command the attention of policy makers only when there is major domestic political pressure otherwise governments focus on their economic and security agendas.
Journal Editorial Report- Turkey Warns U.S. Over Armenian Genocide Bill: Speaking truth to power
The History of the Armenian Genocide Resolution described by Representative (D-CA) Adam Schiff. Schiff posits “the fact that it was our neighbors family and not our own, it shouldn’t matter.”
Rep Schiff Questions Secretary Rice on the Armenian Genocide: Recognition Debates in Congress
Congressman Adam Schiff questions Secretary of State Rice on the Administration’s opposition to recognizing the Armenian Genocide.
President Bush’s Response to Congress: House Foreign Relations Committee
President Bush on Armenia and the FISA Court-Followed by the Press Briefing with Dana Perino who answers questions about the Armenian Genocide and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
Genocide: Why it Matters – “You can’t stop it if you don’t admit it.”
Serj Tankian on the CBS Early Show
Hasan Cemal Discusses the Word ‘Genocide’: “The struggle of men against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting.”
Hasan Cemal, author, journalist and columnist of the Milliyet Newspaper, and also the grandson of Cemal Pasha, one of the masterminds behind the Armenian Genocide
Amal Clooney’s speech in ECHR hearing of Perinçek v. Switzerland case
ECHR Holds Hearing on Genocide Denial