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Armenia: Eating a way to peace

Ianyan says that food might represent the path to peace for cultures that place such significance in it. Referring to an Armenian bakery in the U.S.-Armenian Diaspora as well as responses to a recent guest entry on Armenian-Azerbaijani relations in the context of the still unresolved conflict over Nagorno Karabakh, the blog says that dining around a full table can bring people together and help them overcome their differences.

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  • German Tozdjian

    Es importante que gente que pertenecen a dos naciones en conflicto se sienten en torno a una mesa y puedan dialogar.
    Pero mas importante,es que la nación agresora como el caso de Azerbaidján, reconozca el derecho de una nación a ser un país.
    Kosovo y Artsaj tiene varios puntos en común. Ambas fueron recuperadas a costa de la sangre de sus habitantes genuinos, aunque en el caso de la primera, el apoyo occidental fue manifiesto y palpable. Los karabaghíes sólo contaron con la asistencia limitada de Armenia y el aporte de una Diáspora que sintió la lucha de liberación de sus hermanos como propia.
    La independencia del Estado de Artsaj y la seguridad de su pueblo son valores exclusivos y no pueden ser artículos comerciables ni sujetos a juegos de azar. El pueblo armenio ha pagado un precio muy elevado por su libertad e independencia!!!

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