A Unique Denial: Israel's Foreign Policy and the Armenian Genocide

@article{BenAharon2015AUD,
  title={A Unique Denial: Israel's Foreign Policy and the Armenian Genocide},
  author={Eldad Ben Aharon},
  journal={British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={42},
  pages={638 - 654}
}
  • Eldad Ben Aharon
  • Published 2 October 2015
  • Political Science, Sociology
  • British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies
This article focuses on the Israeli politicization of the Armenian genocide from the perspective of foreign policy. Since the early 1980s Israel's official position has been to not recognize the Armenian genocide. The issue of recognition came to the surface in 1982 after Turkey put pressure on Israel to cancel a Holocaust and genocide conference. This article shows that Israel agreed to pressure the conference organizers to cancel the conference in order to secure protection for Jews fleeing… 

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