Armenia: Attitudes Toward Turks Slowly Changing

Tsitsernakaberd, the Armenian genocide memorial complex in Yerevan. Turkey holds a huge place in the Armenian imagination, mainly as the perpetrator of the 1915 genocide, but attitudes on both sides of the Armenian-Turkish border are changing for the better. (Photo: Carsten ten Brink via Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

When Üfük Özden, a translator from Istanbul, visited Armenia last year, it was with some trepidation. But when a taxi driver in Yerevan asked him where he was from, he screwed up his courage and acknowledged that he was Turkish.
 

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Armenia: Attitudes Toward Turks Slowly Changing

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