Twenty Seven promises are shown as kept; six are shown as broken. I'm not going to bother with the ones that were compromises, because can you really compromise on a promise? You either keep it or you don't...
In reality only breaking 6 isn't that bad, though I do have to say the most recent one is troubling, It is:
"Two years ago, I criticized the Secretary of State for the firing of U.S. Ambassador to Armenia, John Evans, after he properly used the term 'genocide' to describe Turkey's slaughter of thousands of Armenians starting in 1915. … as President I will recognize the Armenian Genocide."
Twice the President avoided the use of the word "genocide" in relation to Armenia...I wonder how Armenians For Obama who supported him based in this promise feel, I did find this:
/PanARMENIAN.Net/ On April 24, the Armenian Council of America (ACA) stated with great disappointment that US President Barack Obama retreated his pledge of promoting changes in Washington’s policy, ACA reported to PanARMENIAN.Net. “Barack Obama did not keep is pre-electoral promise, and preferred to characterize the 1915 events as the ‘greatest atrocities of the 20th century’,” the ACA report says. Although the President has gone further than his predecessors by continuously stating that his “personal views have not changed,” he swayed on his pledge towards historical truth with the absence of the word “genocide”.
Nonetheless, ACA attaches great importance to the fact that the US President and his advisors realize that Armenia and Turkey cannot normalize their relations unless Ankara acknowledges the historical truth. “I feel deep sorrow that Obama did not keep his promise under Turkey’s pressure of refusing to normalize its ties with Armenia,” ASA Chairman Vazgen Khodanyan said.