An Armenian woman kneeling beside a dead child in field "within sight of help and safety at Aleppo", an Ottoman city.

100th Anniversary Of Armenian Genocide Reflects A Politically Inconvenient Reality

A massacre can be termed genocide in one country, an atrocity in another, or something barely worth mentioning in a third. But at what point can we all agree to use the “G”-word? The answer to that question is largely a political matter.