Rouben Adalian

Director, Armenian National Institute

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Director of the Washington DC-based Armenian National Institute, a research institute devoted to the study and affirmation of Armenian genocide by Turkey

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Starting in 1915, the declining Ottoman Empire killed one and a half million Armenians.

Armenian Genocide Resolution Upsets Turks and White House

Starting in 1915, the declining Ottoman Empire killed one and a half million Armenians.

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