Writer-photographer Ara Oshagan mediates on the borders between North and South Korea and the blockaded enclave of Artsakh.
Seta Kabranian-Melkonian, author and widow of the late Monte “Avo” Melkonian, commander of the Artsakh War for Independence, recounts the tale.
Taline Voskeritchian reviews the latest film from Nora Martirosyan about the tiny country fought over by Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Ara Oshagan I am walking along the narrow and labyrinthine Armenian neighborhoods of Bourj Hammoud in Beirut—spaces with names like Nor (new) Marash, Nor Sis, Nor Yozgat. These are the… Continue reading Displaced: From Beirut to Los Angeles to Beirut