Armen Aivazian


  

About Armen Aivazian
 
    Dr. Armen Aivazian is a Senior Researcher in the Matenadaran, the Yerevan Institute of Medieval Manuscripts and an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the American University of Armenia. He is also the Team Leader of the European Commission's sponsored Campaign Against "Corruption-Freindly" Legal and Social Settings in Armenia program. He holds doctoral degrees in History (1992) and Political Science (2004). From 1992 to 1994 he worked as Assistant to the President of Armenia, Adviser to the Foreign Minister of Armenia, and Acting Head of the Armenian Delegation to the Conference (now Organization) on Security and Cooperation in Europe at Vienna. He was a recipient of an International Security Studies grant provided by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, working in affiliation with the Program on the Analysis and Resolution of Conflicts, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University (1995). During the 1997-1998 academic year, he was a Visiting Senior Fulbright Scholar, affiliated with the Center for Russian and East European Studies, Stanford University, USA. He was a Visiting Alexander S. Onassis Foundation Fellow at ELIAMEP, Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (2000-2001). Dr. Aivazian was also a Fellow at the American University of Armenia's Center for Policy Analysis and a Guest Lecturer at the Yerevan State University. Dr. Aivazian is the author of several books, book chapters, and many articles in Armenian and international journals.

    Below are the books by Armen Aivazian (if not otherwise indicated, the books are in Armenian):

    1. An Anthology of International Anti-Corruption Experience (Selected Studies). Compiled with an Introduction and Commentary by Armen Aivazian. Edited by A. Aivazian & G. Yazichian (2005).
    2. Essential Elements for Armenia's National Security Doctrine. Part 1. (2003). 2nd revised & updated ed. (2004).
    3. The Armenian Church at the Crossroads of the Armenian Liberation Movement in the XVIII Century (2003).
    4. Mother Tongue and The Origins of Nationalism: A Comparative Study of the Armenian and European Primary Sources (2001).
    5. The Code of Honor of the Armenian Military, 4-5th centuries (2000).
    6. The History of Armenia as Presented in American Historiography: A Critical Survey (1998).
    7. The Settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and the Strategic Security of Armenia (1998).
    8. The Armenian Rebellion of the 1720s and the Threat of Genocidal Reprisal (1997, in English).

 

   E-mail: aaivazia@aua.am


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