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Recognition, Responsibility and Reconciliation: The Trinity of the Armenian Genocide

Author

  • Vahagn Avedian

Summary, in English

The 24th of April 2015 will mark the centennial commemoration

of the Armenian genocide and is expected to be a worldwide

ceremony. Hundred years will have passed since the start of

the state orchestrated massacres and deportations in 1915

which emptied the majority of historical Armenia from its native

population. A century has passed, but ironically, the Armenian

genocide seems to become more topical and significant the

farther we have moved from the events. This Article discusses the trinity of the genocide and why none of each aspect can be reached without the two other, namely Recognition, Responsibility and Reconciliation.

Department/s

Publishing year

2013

Language

English

Pages

77-86

Publication/Series

Europa Ethnica

Volume

70

Issue

3/4

Document type

Journal article

Publisher

Facultas

Topic

  • History

Status

Published

ISBN/ISSN/Other

  • ISSN: 0014-2492