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Onnik Krikorian

Culture That Unites Rather Than Divides

by | December 21st, 2010 | 58 comments

This article was jointly written by Onnik Krikorian and Aygün Janmammadova, whose complete biographies are at the end of the article. TBILISI, Georgia – An Azeri teahouse, and naturally Azerbaijani can be heard spoken inside. [...]

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Smoking the Pipe of Peace

by | December 13th, 2010 | 7 comments

Just another early evening in Yerevan, and the streets are still full of people. Despite the temperature slowly dropping, their destination for a night out before the cold weather finally sets in might be predictable, [...]

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Communication Is Possible: Armenian & Azeri Dialogue with the Aid of Social Media

by | June 24th, 2010 | 1 comments

It was a simple tweet, a short text message sent out on the popular micro-blogging site, Twitter, but potentially very damaging indeed. “Media report: Police & NatSec detains Baku resident for chatting with Armenians in Internet forums,” it read.

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