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CCCS Board

Prof. David Hovhannisyan

Head of CCCS (Chairman)

 
Anna Gevorgan
Researcher, CCCS (Scientific Secretary)

Prof. Aram Simonyan

Director of Institute for Armenian Studies of YSU

Artak Apitonyan

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of RA

Gevorg Ter-Gabrielyan

Director of the Eurasia Partnership Foundation(EPF) in Armenia

Hranush Kharatyan, PhD in History

National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia
Leading Researcher at the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography
Head of the Research Group on Applied Ethnography

Prof. Levon Abrahamyan

Corresponding member of National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia, The Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography
Chair, Department of Modern Anthropology

Prof. Ruben Safrastyan

National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia
Director of the Institute of Oriental Studies

Prof. Suren Zolyan

National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia
Leading Researcher at the Institute of Philosophy and Law

 Satenik Mkrtchyan‚ PhD in History

Researcher at the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography

Hayk Kocharyan‚ PhD in History

Senior Researcher, CCCS

Analytical Bulletin 12

Analytical Bulletin 12. The processes in Armenia in 2018: Network Thinking. YSU, Center for Civilization and Cultural Studies; Yerevan 2018. p. 210:









Content

Davit Hovhannisyan
Networks and the nature of Netstate
Armenian | pp. 7-17

Nvard Manasyan
The Possible Structures of Diversions of Exchange based or Non-Syntactic Communications in Networks 
Armenian | pp. 18-38

Nouneh Dilanyan
Education in the 21st Century: Networking Challenges and Opportunities 
Armenian | pp. 39-51

Shushan Kyureghyan
The Reaction of Armenian Community of Moscow to the Spring events in Armenia, 2018: A step to the Netstate 
Armenian | pp. 52-92

Hasmik Paremuzyan
The Reaction of Armenian Community of Krasnodar Region on Events which Took Place in Armenia in Spring 
Armenian | pp. 93-117

Anna Gevorgyan
Response of Iran and Iranian Armenians to 2018 Spring Events in Armenia
Armenian | pp. 118-131
118-131

Tatevik Petrosyan 
2018 Spring Events in Armenia and the Reaction of the French-Armenian Community 
Armenian | pp. 132-169

Tatevik Mkrtchyan
The reactions of Armenian Community in the USA to the Spring Events in Armenia, 2018
Armenian| pp. 170-209

Analytical Bulletin 11

Analytical Bulletin 11։ Regional and National Security Dynamics: Armenian-Turkish Relations. YSU, Center for Civilization and Cultural Studies, Yerevan, 2017, p. 304։
The current publication is a collection of papers presented at the international conference titled “Regional and National Security Dynamics: Armenian-Turkish Relations,” which took place on September 29, 2017. It was co-organized by The Center for Civilization and Cultural Studies at Yerevan State University (YSU CCCS), and the Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF).
The conference was organized according to the following methodology: the YSU CCCS researchers were assigned to analyze the state security concepts of the U.S., the EU, Russia, China, Iran, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia. This collective analysis was then sent to analysts from each country for review. Then, the researchers and diplomats from the same countries were invited to participate in the conference and present their papers on the same issues.





CONTENT

David Hovhannisyan
REGIONAL SECURITY CONCEPTS IN THE “THREE SEA SYSTEM”
English | pp. 14-17

Tatevik Mkrtchyan, Hayk Kocharyan
REGIONAL SECURITY DYNAMICS: ARMENIA 
English | pp. 18-36

Ünal Çeviköz
PERSPECTIVES FOR SECURITY AND STABILITY IN THE SOUTH CAUCASUS: THE ROLE OF NORMALISATION BETWEEN TURKEY AND ARMENIA 
English | pp. 37-54

Satenik Mkrtchtyan
NATIONAL SECURITY CONCEPTS OF 2005 AND 2011: REGIONAL, SUB-REGIONAL AND GLOBAL SETTINGS 
English | pp. 55-72

Hayk Kocharyan, Sona Sukiasyan
REGIONAL SECURITY DYNAMICS: AZERBAIJAN 
Enlglish | pp. 73-93

Anna Gevorgyan
NATIONAL SECURITY OF ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN
English | pp. 94-111

Shoushan Kyureghyan 
REGIONAL SECURITY DYNAMICS: RUSSIAN FEDERATION 
English | pp. 112-136

Tatevik Petrosyan
REGIONAL SECURITY DYNAMICS: PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
English | pp. 137-168

Mikayel Hovhannisyan
EU FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY AND WIDER SOUTH CAUCASUS
English | pp. 169-186

Lena D. Krikorian
NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY DYNAMICS: FOREIGN POLICY PRIORITIES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
(Russia, China, Persian Gulf, Caucasus, Turkey, and Iran)

English | pp. 187-216

Reviews and Speeches

Vahram Ter-Matevosyan
REVIEW OF ÜNAL ÇEVIKÖZ’S PAPER “PERSPECTIVES FOR SECURITY AND STABILITY IN THE SOUTH CAUCASUS: THE ROLE OF NORMALISATION BETWEEN TURKEY AND ARMENIA”
English | pp. 218-226

Mikayel Zolyan
RE-ASSESSING ARMENIA’S SECURITY CHALLENGES: A RESPONSE TO THE PAPER “REGIONAL SECURITY DYNAMIC: ARMENIA” BY TATEVIK MKRTCHYAN AND HAYK KOCHARYAN
English | pp. 229-237

Anna Ohanyan
REVIEW ON LENA D. KRIKORIAN’S PAPER “NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY DYNAMICS: FOREIGN POLICY PRIORITIES OF UNITED STATE OF AMERICA (Russia, China, Persian Gulf, Caucasus, Turkey, and Iran)”
English | pp. 238-241

Olga Vorkunova
REVIEW ON SHOUSHAN KYUREGHYAN’S PAPER “REGIONAL SECURITY DYNAMICS: RUSSIAN FEDERATION”  
English | pp. 242-244

Iris Kempe
REVIEW ON MIKAYEL HOVHANNISYAN’S PAPER “EU FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY AND WIDER SOUTH CAUCASUS” 
English | pp. 245-247

Hamidreza Azizi
REVIEW ON ANNA GEVORGYAN’S PAPER “NATIONAL SECURITY OF ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN”  
English | pp. 248-251

Georgi Gvalia
REVIEW ON SATENIK MKRTCHYAN’S PAPER “NATIONAL SECURITY CONCEPTS OF 2005 AND 2011: REGIONAL, SUB-REGIONAL, AND GLOBAL SETTINGS”  
English | pp. 252-256


THE TRANSCRIBED SPEECH OF FERIDE INAN
English | pp. 257-263

THE TRANSCRIBED SPEECH OF VALI KOUZEGAR KALEJI  
English | pp. 264-267


THE TRANSCRIBED SPEECH OF PAATA ZAKAREISHVILI
Russian | pp. 268-272

 
THE TRANSCRIBED SPEECH OF DANIEL FRIED  
English | pp. 273-277


THE TRANSCRIBED SPEECH OF ANDREY YUROV
Russian | pp. 278-284

 
THE TRANSCRIBED SPEECH OF LI YONGHUI  
English | pp. 285-288

Armenian-Georgian Relations: Actuality of Sustainable Development

Nowadays South Caucasus is a sub-region bordering one great power and two regional powers. It is considered as an important intersection of transnational infrastructure links. This turns it into a zone of superpowers’ vital interests, as well as arises growing interest by non-bordering great powers. The region is saturated with ethnic and confessional conflicts which provides openings for influence by all non-regional actors.

TRAINING SEMINAR ON DIALOGUE AND UNDERSTANDING: SHAPING NEIGHBOURHOOD. “Debate and Negotiate for Democracy, Participation and Plurality”.

The CIVIC-Institute for international education will conduct a simulation game and workshop series in Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova and Armenia, together with the Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations (IFA), which is financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany.
With this simulation the participants can underline specific aspects, e.g. chances for a permanent inclusion of bordering countries and their populations into subject matters and preconditions of European neighborhood policies.

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