People take part in a protest in support of Turkey's position on the 1915 mass killing of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, at Times Square in New York (REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz).


Armenia and Turkey: From normalization to reconciliation

Winter 2015, Fiona Hill, Kemal Kirişci and Andrew Moffatt

Across Turkish and Armenian societies, the thaw in relations is expanding, and appears to be sanctioned by both governments. For the deeper process of reconciliation, argue Fiona Hill, Kemal Kirişci, and Andrew Moffatt, both countries should support smaller, symbolic efforts that allow for dialogue and understanding.

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