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TURKEY IN THE PERIOD OF NEO-OTTOMANISM OF ERDOĞAN: THE ADVENTUROUS FOREIGN POLICY AND THE INSOLENT DENIALASIM

By: Ruben Safrastyan, Institute of Oriental Studies, NAS RA

ISSUE 1 (5) 2017 / History

THE US AMBASSADOR HENRY MORGENTHAU AND THE PUBLIC-POLITICAL EFFORTS OF THE ARMENIAN-AMERICAN COMMUNITY DURING THE YEARS OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE

By: Knarik Avakian, Institute of History of NAS RA

ISSUE 1 (9) 2019 / History

THE PROSPECTS OF THE GENERATION CHANGES IN THE DIASPORA IN THE CONTEXT OF STRATEGIC INTERESTS OF ARMENIA. “PRESERVING ARMENIANNESS” WITHOUT “LAND-PRESERVATION” IS MEANINGLESS

By: Knarik Avakian, Institute of History of NAS RA

ISSUE 2 (6) 2017 / History

THE HAYKAZUNS AND THE KINGDOM OF VAN (ARARAT-URARTU)

By: Ayvazyan S. R., Researcher in Linguistics

ISSUE 2,   2015 / History

THE CRISIS OF THE ARMENIAN COMMUNITY OF SYRIA AS A GROUND FOR THE REEVALUATION OF THE PAN-DIASPORAN PRIORITIES (In the Context of World Processes)

By: Knarik Avakian, Institute of History of NAS RA

ISSUE 1 (7) 2018 / History

THE CONCEPTION OF C. F. LEHMAN-HAUPT ON THE FORMATION OF THE KINGDOM OF VAN

By: V. Sargsyan, researcher
The Institute of History of NAS RA

ISSUE 1 (5) 2017 / History

THE ARMENIAN MOTHERLAND –THE FINAL HOME OF DIASPORA ARMENIANS

By: Hovhannisyan N. H., Corresponding Member of NAS RA

ISSUE 2,   2015 / Political Sciences and Informational Security

TAIK IN THE ASSYRIAN AND BIAINIAN CUNEIFORM INSCRIPTIONS, ANCIENT GREEK AND EARLY MEDIEVAL ARMENIAN SOURCES (THE INTERPRETATIONS OF THE 19th CENTURY FRENCH ARMENOLOGISTS)

By: Alisa Dumikyan, Institute of History NAS RA

ISSUE 2 (4) 2016 / History

ON THE STAGING OF THE LEGEND OF “ARA THE BEAUTIFUL AND SHAMIRAM” BY CHOREOGRAPHER ASHOT ASATURYAN

By: Sargsyan N. G., PhD in Arts

ISSUE 1 (5) 2017 / Arts and Architecture

ON THE PROBLEM OF THE SUCCESSION OF THE BIAINIAN KINGS OF THE ARARAT (URARTU) KINGDOM IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE 8th - THE FIRST HALF OF THE 7th CENTURY B.C.

By: V. Sargsyan, researcher
The Institute of History of NAS RA

ISSUE 2,   2015 / History