Alan Whitehorn

Alan Whitehorn
Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science and Economics, Royal Military College of Canada

Epic Poetry

Instead of the poetry of me, myself and I,
we should pen an account
of the collective fate of a people,
from our past troubles to current challenges
and future hopes.
It can be the retelling of our nation’s epic story,
that spans from one generation to the next,
and even beyond.
So gather around and let us share together.
We will talk through the long, dark night.
The poems will serve as a flame
to enlighten our souls and give us needed warmth.
Let us speak of our ancestors and their past brave deeds.
We need to know and remember.

Alan Whitehorn

1–2 May 2020

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Reader’s opinion on “At the Crossroads” discussion paper
The manuscript’s five chapters seek to explore Armenia’s past, present and future. While the goal is a prescription for the future, significant attention is paid to Armenian history as a crossroads nation. The review of the global literature on development is an important aspect of this manuscript. The authors recognize that a sound understanding of the complex concept of development is key to future prognosis. However, the manuscript is much stronger on economic analysis than on sociological and political development. This is a significant issue since the multidimensional aspects of development are very much also linked to social and political factors and measures.
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First Genocide of the 20th Century
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Troubled Times
April 13, 2020
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Defining Moments
March 31, 2020
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Whitehorn, Alan. Towards 2040: A View From the Diaspora on Emerging Geopolitics in the Caucasus.
In: F. Labarre, and G. Niculescu, eds. Concrete Steps to Break the Deadlocks in the South Caucasus. Vienna: Austrian National Defence Academy (volume # TBD, exp. 2020). P. 173—188.
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The Armenian Genocide: The Essential Reference Guide
James Bill and Robert Hardgraves. Comparative Politics: The Quest for Theory
Just Poems: Reflections on the Armenian Genocide
Bare Bones of Genocide
Steps and Stages of Genocide
Birth of a Genocide Scholar
A Brief Global History of Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity, and Human Rights
The Verbs of Genocide
The Armenian Genocide in Feature Films
Remembering the Armenian Genocide Through Survivor Memoirs and Historical Novels
Remembering April 24: A Personal Odyssey
War, Refugees and Passports
Describing the Indescribable
The Gallipoli/Dardanelles Campaign and the Armenian Genocide
Genocide Encyclopedias and the Armenian Genocide
Searching For 1915: Newspaper Coverage of the Armenian Genocide
Alan Whitehorn’s speech to the Armenian Community Centre
100 Years of Questions About the Armenian Genocide
It is Easier to Hate Than to Love

Other authors

Hrant Bagratyan Hrant Bagratyan

Doctor of Economics, Head of the Research and Education Center for Global Development and Megaeconomics, Russian-Armenian University, Yerevan

Oleg Gabrielyan Oleg Gabrielyan

Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy, Vernadsky Crimean Federal University

Armen Mehrabyan Armen Mehrabyan

International expert on agricultural crises, founder of “Armeniak” company and trademark, creator of

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