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Armen Ayvazyan


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Note about the author

Armen M. Aivazian was born in Yerevan, Armenia, in 1964. In 1992 he received his Kandidat of Historical Sciences degree from the Institute of History of the Armenian Academy of Sciences. His thesis on the Armenian liberation movement of the 1720s was published in a series of six articles in Patma-Banasirakan Handes (Historical-Philological Journal), Yerevan, 1990-1992, nos. 129-134. 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. From 1994 to 1997 he was a Senior Researcher in the Matenadaran (the Yerevan Institute of Ancient Manuscripts) and a Visiting Lecturer of Political Science and a Fellow of the Center for Policy analysis at the American University of Armenia. Currently, he is a Visiting Senior Fulbright Scholar, affiliated with the Center for Russian and East European Studies, Stanford University, USA.

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Current Center for Policy Analysis Publications

CPA's 1996 Guide to the ROA National Assembly
• available in Armenian, English, and Russian editions

1997 CPA Directory to Print Media in the ROA
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Source: Armen Aivazian The Armenian Rebellion of the 1720s and the Threat of Genocidal Reprisal Yerevan, 1997
Provided by: Armen Aivazian
Scanned by: Lina Kamalyan
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