01 August 2015
On 30 April 2015, AVIM (Center for Eurasian Studies) organized a symposium titled Prospects for the Turkish-Armenian Relations. Ten scholars from Turkey, Azerbaijan, Israel and the USA addressed an audience composed of the corps diplomatique, representatives of the civil society and the research community. Presentations at the symposium, questions and comments of the audience, and, most importantly the symposium itself were a reflection of the new perspectives that are taking root in Turkey and the world as regards to the Turkish-Armenian dispute controversy. The speeches at the symposium fell into two groups as those on the historical background of the genocide allegations and those that examine the recent forms of the controversy. . .