Some Turks Question Turkey’s Longstanding Position on Armenian Genocide

Armenian Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandian (2nd L) shakes hands with Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in Zurich in 2009 after signing a protocol for the normalization of ties. (Photo: AFP)

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New York-based writer. Politics, culture, literary criticism, art, and technology. American political affairs, Turkey, MidEast, and beyond. Twitter: @abyasun

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Abdullah Ayasun

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New York-based writer. Politics, culture, literary criticism, art, and technology. American political affairs, Turkey, MidEast, and beyond. Twitter: @abyasun

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