We are happy to announce that today, May 28, 2018, on the 100th anniversary of the rebirth of the Armenian state, The Armenite is being relaunched.
Karmun Khoo has spent the last several months learning Armenian and writing about her journey on The Armenite. Now, she answers your questions.
For those of you who have been following Karmun through her journey to learn Armenian, you may have come up with a few questions to ask the Singaporean native while reading her work. Now’s your chance.
Aksel Bakunts, the precocious writer, persecuted by Stalin, writes about the beliefs around that common disease of his era: tuberculosis.
In an unprovoked attack, Azerbaijan shot down an unarmed Armenian military helicopter that was flying over Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) Republic territory.
Armenia’s economic and societal development in facts and figures.
A reader responds to Jennifer Manoukian’s piece about Zabel Yessayan’s early years.
Columbia University playing host to a group named after the genocidal Young Turks.
A showcase of the sculpture capturing the magnificence of the human form by Armenian-American artist Kira.
Coverage of the 2014 ANCA-WR Advocacy Day in Sacramento, California.