An Armenian-American Diplomat in Yerevan

How does one navigate identities? Serving as the Deputy Chief of the Political/Economic Section at the U.S. Embassy in Yerevan, Ruben Harutunian writes that it was a unique opportunity to return to his hometown to support the effort of building ever-stronger ties between the United States and Armenia.

From Cilicia to Gyumri to Beirut

In this photo essay, Roubina Margossian discovers a gem near the neighborhood where she grew up in Beirut. The Kohar Library, established by the Khatchadourian brothers, who founded the Kohar Symphony based out of Gyumri, houses thousands of books related to Armenian music and so much more.

A Corner Frozen in Time

The story of Gayane Arevshatyan’s home-restaurant began twenty years ago, after a tragedy that radically changed her life. It was the Armenia of the 1990s - the cold and dark years. The country had survived a devastating earthquake, the Karabakh War, the disintegration of the Soviet Union, blockade, an energy crisis...In a matter of years, lives and narratives had turned upside down.

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