The Resource Armenia's future, relations with Turkey, and the Karabagh Conflict, Lebon Ter-Petrossian ; edited by Arman Grigoryan

Armenia's future, relations with Turkey, and the Karabagh Conflict, Lebon Ter-Petrossian ; edited by Arman Grigoryan

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Armenia's future, relations with Turkey, and the Karabagh Conflict
Title
Armenia's future, relations with Turkey, and the Karabagh Conflict
Statement of responsibility
Lebon Ter-Petrossian ; edited by Arman Grigoryan
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Contributor
Author
Editor
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Subject
Language
eng
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Ter-Pétrossian, Lévon
Index
index present
LC call number
DS175.4.T9
LC item number
T47 2018
Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Grigoryan, Arman
  • ProQuest
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  • Armenia
  • Turkey
Label
Armenia's future, relations with Turkey, and the Karabagh Conflict, Lebon Ter-Petrossian ; edited by Arman Grigoryan
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Publication
Copyright
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgment; Contents; Chapter 1: Foreword: The Struggle to Change the Logic of Armeniaś History; Notes; Chapter 2: The Early Challenges to the Traditional Narrative, 1989- 1991; 1 The Dangerous Scarecrow; 2 How Should We Think About Our Relations with Our Neighbors?; 3 The Most Important Guarantee of Armeniaś Independent Existence; 4 Rejecting Fantasies and Normalizing Relations with Turkey; 5 The Main Guarantee of Our Security Is Normalization of Relations with Neighbors; Notes
  • Chapter 3: Armenian-Turkish Relations After Independence and the Continued Struggle with the Traditional Narrative1 The Obstacles on the Path of Normalization of Relations Between Armenia and Turkey; 2 The High Point of Cooperation Between Armenia and Turkey; 3 Responding to Accusations of Russophobia and Turkophilia; 4 Inaugural Address to the ``Problems of Genocide ́́Conference; 5 Why It Was a Mistake for Turkey Not to Normalize Relations with Armenia and Why ``National Ideology ́́Is a Bad Idea; Notes; Chapter 4: The Karabagh Conflict and the Future of Armenian Statehood
  • 1 War or Peace? Time to Get Serious1.1 The Object of the Debate; 1.2 Some Misconceptions; 1.3 Myths and Riddles; 1.4 A Package or a Step-by-Step Solution?; 1.5 Conspiracy Is Ruled Out; 2 Debate with the Opponents Inside the Government Regarding the Need to Resolve the Karabagh Conflict; Notes; Chapter 5: Views on the Karabagh Conflict and the Armenian Turkish Relations Following the Return to Politics; 1 The Current State of the Process to Resolve the Nagorno Karabagh Conflict; 2 Reassessing the Legacy of the Genocide
  • 3 ``Why Are Turks and Azeris Happy About the Prospect of Your Return to Politics?4́́ The Changed Geopolitical Reality Following the Russo-Georgian War of August 2008; Notes; Chapter 6: The Politics and Geopolitics of the Process of Normalization of Armenian-Turkish Relations; 1 Why the West Has Turned a Blind Eye on Serge Sargsyanś Trampling of Democracy in Armenia; 2 Interview to ``Newsweek Türkiye ́́Correspondent Semin Gümüşel ; 3 Resolution of the Karabagh Conflict and Normalization of Armenian-Turkish Relations Will Happen Simultaneously
  • 4 The Errors of the Armenian Side in the ``Soccer Diplomacy5́́5 When a Government Has to Seek Legitimacy Abroad; 5.1 Armenia at the Intersection Crossroads of Geopolitical Conflicts; 5.2 The Progression of Events; 5.3 What Does This Mean?; 5.4 The Westś Responses to Serge Sargsyanś Demarche; 5.5 What Is the Way Out?; 6 Sargsyan Played Turkeyś Game; 7 The Right and Wrong Criticisms of Serge Sargsyanś Policy Toward Turkey; 8 When the Genocide Is Turned into a Bargaining Chip; 9 About the Armenian-Turkish relations and the problem of Karabagh
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1 online resource.
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783319589169
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
c
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not applicable
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unknown
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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unknown sound
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remote
Stock number
14810926
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(NhCcYBP)14810926
Label
Armenia's future, relations with Turkey, and the Karabagh Conflict, Lebon Ter-Petrossian ; edited by Arman Grigoryan
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgment; Contents; Chapter 1: Foreword: The Struggle to Change the Logic of Armeniaś History; Notes; Chapter 2: The Early Challenges to the Traditional Narrative, 1989- 1991; 1 The Dangerous Scarecrow; 2 How Should We Think About Our Relations with Our Neighbors?; 3 The Most Important Guarantee of Armeniaś Independent Existence; 4 Rejecting Fantasies and Normalizing Relations with Turkey; 5 The Main Guarantee of Our Security Is Normalization of Relations with Neighbors; Notes
  • Chapter 3: Armenian-Turkish Relations After Independence and the Continued Struggle with the Traditional Narrative1 The Obstacles on the Path of Normalization of Relations Between Armenia and Turkey; 2 The High Point of Cooperation Between Armenia and Turkey; 3 Responding to Accusations of Russophobia and Turkophilia; 4 Inaugural Address to the ``Problems of Genocide ́́Conference; 5 Why It Was a Mistake for Turkey Not to Normalize Relations with Armenia and Why ``National Ideology ́́Is a Bad Idea; Notes; Chapter 4: The Karabagh Conflict and the Future of Armenian Statehood
  • 1 War or Peace? Time to Get Serious1.1 The Object of the Debate; 1.2 Some Misconceptions; 1.3 Myths and Riddles; 1.4 A Package or a Step-by-Step Solution?; 1.5 Conspiracy Is Ruled Out; 2 Debate with the Opponents Inside the Government Regarding the Need to Resolve the Karabagh Conflict; Notes; Chapter 5: Views on the Karabagh Conflict and the Armenian Turkish Relations Following the Return to Politics; 1 The Current State of the Process to Resolve the Nagorno Karabagh Conflict; 2 Reassessing the Legacy of the Genocide
  • 3 ``Why Are Turks and Azeris Happy About the Prospect of Your Return to Politics?4́́ The Changed Geopolitical Reality Following the Russo-Georgian War of August 2008; Notes; Chapter 6: The Politics and Geopolitics of the Process of Normalization of Armenian-Turkish Relations; 1 Why the West Has Turned a Blind Eye on Serge Sargsyanś Trampling of Democracy in Armenia; 2 Interview to ``Newsweek Türkiye ́́Correspondent Semin Gümüşel ; 3 Resolution of the Karabagh Conflict and Normalization of Armenian-Turkish Relations Will Happen Simultaneously
  • 4 The Errors of the Armenian Side in the ``Soccer Diplomacy5́́5 When a Government Has to Seek Legitimacy Abroad; 5.1 Armenia at the Intersection Crossroads of Geopolitical Conflicts; 5.2 The Progression of Events; 5.3 What Does This Mean?; 5.4 The Westś Responses to Serge Sargsyanś Demarche; 5.5 What Is the Way Out?; 6 Sargsyan Played Turkeyś Game; 7 The Right and Wrong Criticisms of Serge Sargsyanś Policy Toward Turkey; 8 When the Genocide Is Turned into a Bargaining Chip; 9 About the Armenian-Turkish relations and the problem of Karabagh
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319589169
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
14810926
System control number
(NhCcYBP)14810926

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