NEW PUBLICATION - The Armenian Review Publishes 55th Issue


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The newest issue of the Armenian Review was recently published in March 2016. Articles appearing in this issue range from the examination of the Armenian Diaspora through the eyes of Michael Arlen’s literature, to the infamous trial of Misak Torlakian for his role in the assassination of former Minister of International Affairs to the then-independent republic of Azerbaijan. Also included are two articles dealing with Armenian-Turkish relations and diplomacy. George Aghjayan took our cover photo on April 24, 2015 during a demonstration in Taksim Square, Istanbul.

The 86-page issue includes:
- “Debating the Nation in Court: The Torlakian Trial (Istanbul, 1921)” by Eyal Ginio (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
- “Armenian-Turkish Diplomacy: Track I Failures and Track II Prospects” by Rouben Shougarian (Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy)
- “Turkey-Armenia Convergences and Divergences on Opening the Borders (1991-2013)” by Afsaneh Shirani (National Academy of Sciences of Armenia)
- “Michael Arlen’s Time” by Lusine K. Hambardzumyan-Mueller (Yerevan State University)

 The current issue of the Review also includes several book reviews and a prominent review essay by Nora Lesserohn, who provides an in-depth analysis of Seta Dadoyan’s The Armenians in the Medieval Islamic World: Paradigms of Interaction. Book reviews include Levon A. Saryan’s review of Khodorchur: Lost Paradise, Memories of a Land and its People by Fr. Harutiun Hulunian and Fr. Madtéos Hajian; Nazenik Sargsyan’s review of Grikor Suni, Choral songs, Armenian Folk Song Arrangements by Robert Atayan; and Tara L. Andrews’ review of Ara E. Dostourian, Armenia and the Crusades, 10th and 12th Centuries: The Chronicle of Matthew of Edessa, second edition.

Publish Date
May 15, 2016