Speaking in the Desert: A History of the Armenian Genocide and Why its Disregard is Internationalized
Date of Issue2020-04-24
Subject KeywordsDiplomatic History; Holocaust and Genocide Studies; Islamic World and Near East History; Political History; History
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TitleSpeaking in the Desert: A History of the Armenian Genocide and Why its Disregard is Internationalized
AbstractThis presentation will give the audience a brief history of the highly controversial Armenian Genocide of 1915-1917, as well as explaining how this genocide has the unique disctinction of being highly contenious, but also simultaneously ignored within the realm of International Politics. This highly fraught yet unresolved scenario is used to serve the needs of international political actors, who politically manipulate this travesty to advance their own goals.
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