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How Putin Took a Play out of Turkey’s 1974 Invasion of Cyprus

How Putin Took a Play out of Turkey’s 1974 Invasion of Cyprus

In a bid to point blame at NATO for the invasion of Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin has cited the NATO bombing campaign of Kosovo and its eventual independence from Serbia.
Turkey Commemorates 48-Year Ethnic Cleansing of Cyprus by Preparing for Another

Turkey Commemorates 48-Year Ethnic Cleansing of Cyprus by Preparing for Another

It has been 48 years since the brutal Turkish Invasion of Cyprus, which saw 1/3rd of the isle’s population become refugees.
Pontian & Cappadocian Greek Languages that Struggle to Survive Post-Genocide

Pontian & Cappadocian Greek Languages that Struggle to Survive Post-Genocide

The Greek Genocide is known for being one of the most tragic events in world history.
Why the U.S. Can No Longer Ignore Turkish Provocations

Why the U.S. Can No Longer Ignore Turkish Provocations

The Aegean isles have been sovereign Greek territory under international law since the early 1900s with an ancestral Greek population that has lineage dating back 3,000 years.
Forgotten Horrors from Cyprus: The Fate of Cypriot POWs & Kidnapped Civilians

Forgotten Horrors from Cyprus: The Fate of Cypriot POWs & Kidnapped Civilians

This year marks 48 years since the inhumane Turkish invasion of Cyprus which displaced over 162,000 Cypriots from their homes.
The Role of the Great Powers in the Asia Minor Catastrophe 

The Role of the Great Powers in the Asia Minor Catastrophe 

This year marks the 100-year commemoration of the failed Greek war against the Kemalists of the now Republic of Turkey.
Anthropological History of Mariupol Greeks

Anthropological History of Mariupol Greeks

Mariupol – Marioupolis in Greek, ‘City of Mary’, has been a focal point of extremely brutal fighting between the Russian and Ukrainian militaries today.
The Greek Orthodox Archbishop Who Stood Side by Side with Dr. King

The Greek Orthodox Archbishop Who Stood Side by Side with Dr. King

The Civil Rights Movement was an iconic turning point for human rights in not only the United States, but the entire world.
Visiting the Armenian Orphans Genocide Museum in Byblos, Lebanon

Visiting the Armenian Orphans Genocide Museum in Byblos, Lebanon

Growing up, I have always been an avid visitor of museums, especially internationally ones.

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