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About Nareg
Nareg Seferian is an independent researcher. His published writings are available at naregseferian.com.
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Glimpses into the ARF Photo Archives: The Gougounian Group

26 Mar 2024  |  The Armenian Weekly
The article delves into the Armenian Revolutionary Federation's photo archives, focusing on the Gougounian Expedition led by Sarkis Gougounian in the late 19th century. It highlights the historical context of the expedition, its participants, and the challenges they faced, including their eventual capture and exile. The narrative reflects on the significance of these historical photographs and the enduring legacy of the Armenian nationalist movement.

Glimpses into the ARF Photo Archives: Armenian Legionnaires Immortalized

13 Mar 2024  |  The Armenian Weekly
The article delves into the history of the Armenian Legion of 1916-1920, highlighting the role of its volunteers, known as gamavors, during the First World War. It recounts their contributions to battles such as the Battle of Arara and their impact on the outcomes, including the capture of Jerusalem. The piece reflects on the personal stories of these legionnaires, such as Bedros, and their journeys from places like Evereg to the United States. The article also explores the efforts of researchers in deciphering Armenian handwriting from the ARF photo archives to uncover historical details, such as the training location 'Monarga'. Despite the Armenian Legion's lack of a 'happy ending' and the short-lived independence of Armenia, the article emphasizes the enduring spirit of these soldiers and suggests they deserve more recognition.

Glimpses into the ARF Photo Archives: Pains of the Past

06 Feb 2024  |  The Armenian Weekly
The article delves into the ARF photo archives, highlighting the lack of information on many items and the dominance of men in the images. It presents solemn reminders of Armenian history, focusing on the lives of orphans who moved from Armenia to Iran in 1932, centenarians from Sweida, and genocide survivors in Iraq and Italy. The narrative underscores the disruption faced by Armenians in the early 20th century and the resilience of Armenian communities, emphasizing the importance of preserving cultural heritage through photographs.

Karabakh risks undermining key international norms, signaling to dictators that might makes right

27 Sep 2023  |  www.tolerance.ca
Azerbaijan's use of force in Nagorno-Karabakh is criticized for undermining key international norms and signaling to dictators that might makes right. The violence has led to thousands fleeing the Armenian-populated enclave, with significant anger directed at Washington and the international community for their perceived lack of action.

Azerbaijan's use of force in Nagorno-Karabakh risks undermining key international norms, signaling to dictators that might makes right

26 Sep 2023  |  metropolitandigital.com
Samantha Power, the U.S.'s top humanitarian aid representative, encountered frustration during her fact-finding mission to the Armenian-populated enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, where violence has escalated due to Azerbaijani forces' 'anti-terror' operations. The conflict has led to concerns of genocide and ethnic cleansing against Armenians by Azerbaijan. International efforts to resolve the conflict, including those by the U.S., Russia, and the EU, emphasize nonuse of force, but recent actions by Azerbaijan challenge this principle and international norms. The situation is complicated by geopolitical factors, including Azerbaijan's alliances and Russia's preoccupation with Ukraine.

Renewed Violence in Nagorno-Karabakh: An Endgame or More Instability to Come?

19 Sep 2023  |  naregseferian.com
The article discusses the resurgence of violence in Nagorno-Karabakh on September 19, 2023, with Azerbaijani forces shelling the region, leading to casualties and property damage. This escalation follows a history of tensions and minor conflicts since the end of the Second Karabakh War, which concluded with a Moscow-brokered trilateral agreement in November 2020. Despite the presence of Russian peacekeepers, incidents including kidnappings and blockades by Azerbaijani forces have persisted. The article mentions the International Criminal Court's founding chief prosecutor characterizing the blockade's potential consequences as 'genocidal.' The piece also touches on the differing interpretations of the 2020 ceasefire agreement by Azerbaijan and Armenia and the ineffective role of international negotiations in resolving the ongoing disputes.

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