Armenian Diaspora Essay

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ARMENIAN DIASPORA
The Armenian Diaspora is the Armenian communities who live in the outside of Republic of Armenia and de-facto independent Nagorno-Karabach Republic. Those people who live in abroad of their origin land mostly immigrated from Eastern part of Turkey after Ottoman Parliament passed the temporary ‘Tehcir Law’. This law authorized Ottoman Empire to the deportation of Armenian population located in the east part of Anatolia. The resettlement campaign resulted in the deaths of nearly 600.000- 1.500.000 civilians. According to Ottoman archives, the deportation started at March 2, 1915. On September 13, 1915; Ottoman Parliament also passed the law to capture all lands, homes, ...view middle of the document...

Republic of Armenia still keeps its relations with Russian Federation in a good manner. The dispute over Karabach with Azerbeijan prevents Armenia to become a NATO member and even the Armenian diaspora in USA is so effective in politics, USA maintains good relations with Turkey and Azerbaijan due to their strategical position in security problems.
Armenian Diaspora in France
The largest Armenian community in Western Europe are ethnic Armenians that live in France. Like the other Armenians, most of them immigrated to France after deportation by Ottoman Empire. The others arrived later after the conflicts came up in Middle East, mostly from Egypt, Iran and Lebanon. Their numbers are estimated more than a half million.
They established their own churches, mostly Armenian Catholic churches and also a few of Armenian Evangelist Churches are being established all over France. They have also established some institutions to maintain the education of newborn Armenians in France. Also they care about the sustainability of their language, that’s why they founded some language houses in Lyon and Paris. They have also their own media, 4 newspapers publish in Armenian and also 3 radio channels that broadcast in Armenian.
Absolutely, the Armenians in France and also in the other countries, mostly strive for the legislation of Armenian Genocide that happened in 1915-16. Many French candidate presidents used that discourse in their selection process to gain votes from Armenian diaspora. The last one, former president Nicolas Sarkozy, passed the law in French parliament to punish the denial of Armenian Genocide. However, Constitutional Council struck down the law, saying that it infringes the freedom of speech. For a while, Turkish government suspended its economical, political and social relations with France.
The earthquake in Armenia at 1988 mobilized huge populations of Armenian diaspora to aid their origin country, even Charles Aznavour(popular singer, Armenian) established a foundation to help the victims. ...

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