Living with Armenia from a Distance

Peter Hosharian is a Los Angeles based attorney and a musician, who is representative of a generation whose daily life, even 7,000 miles away, includes following all of the big or small developments in Armenia. Since the revolution and of course before, Hosharian has been among those who stay informed and are active and engaged in the country’s internal political discussions. He talks to Civilnet’s Sareen Habeshian about how someone who lives with Armenia from a distance engages with the country.