Karabagh Report Launched in UK Parliament

Karabagh Report Launched at Houses of Parliament 

Armenian Reporter International [Paramus] 25 Feb 2006: 21. 

An invited audience of more than 80 people, including MPs, diplomats, academic researchers, and government and NGO representatives, attended the publication launch of "The limits of leadership: elites and societies in the Nagorny Karabakh peace process" at the Houses of Parliament in London, which was sponsored and chaired by Angus Robertson MP, Scottish Minister for Defense & Foreign Affairs. The speakers were Dr. Laurence Broers, issue editor of Accord 17; Mr. Famil Ismailov, senior producer, BBC World Service; Dr.HratchTchilingirian, Accord issue 17 author and associate director of the Eurasia Research Programme, University of Cambridge.

 

2006-02-25

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Armenian Easter in Jerusalem

Armenian Institute News, No. 1-2, 2006

Armenian Easter in Jerusalem: 'The Great Journey'

2012-06-12

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The Story of a Forgotten Community

Armenian Institute News, Winter 2004

The Story of a Forgotten Community

Lecture by Hratch Tchilingirian

2012-06-12

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The Armenian community in Abkhazia Today

pdfAztag, in Armenian

pdfArarat, in Armenian

Armenian Reporter Internatinal [Paramus] 21 Aug 2004: 25. 

Dr. Hratch Tchilingirian lectured recently at Haigazian University on "The Armenian Community of Abkhazia." 

Tchilingirian described the overall situation in Abkhazia, which lies on the northeastern shores of the Black Sea and has a territory of 8,600 sq km. Abkhazia was an autonomous republic within Georgia during the Soviet period. With its wonderful climate and developed infrastructure for tourism, it was considered the "Riviera" of the Soviet Union. Successive Soviet leaders from Stalin onwards had their summer resorts in Abkhazia. About 1.5 million tourists visited Abkhazia annually in Soviet times, when its total population was only half a million. Agriculture was also a very successful sector of the economy, and Abkhazia had one of the highest GDPs in the Soviet Union.

2004-07-16

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Thaw in Turkey-Armenia relations

Al Jazeera - Sunday 21 December 2003

Thaw in Turkey-Armenia relations
By Jonathan Gorvett in Istanbul

Despite continuing tensions between Turkey and Armenia over allegations of a 20th century genocide, the two countries seem to be moving closer together.

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2003-12-21

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Identities Without Borders

Armenian Institute News, Spring 2003

Identities Without Borders.

2012-06-12

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Hratch Tchilingirian Lectures on Karabakh Conflict at Haigazian University

Armenian Reporter International [Paramus] 29 Dec 2001: 19. 

Hratch Tchilingirian Lectures on the Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict at Haigazian University

Hratch Tchilingirian, a Ph.D. candidate in sociology at the London School of Economics and Political Science, gave a public lecture about the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict in the Haigazian University auditorium. The lecture, organized by the university's Department of American Studies, was held on Tuesday, December 11, 2001. 

2001-12-29

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Hratch Tchilingirian in Our City

Marmara (Istanbul), 3 August 2000

Editor of AIM Magazine Hratch Tchilingirian in Our City

[in Armenian, see PDF version]

2000-08-03

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Prelacy Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Clergy Conference

Armenian Prelacy Celebrates 25th Anniversary of the Annual Sts. Ghevontiants Clergy Conference 

Armenian Reporter International [Paramus] 01 Apr 2000: 14.

Antranig Baljian 

Twenty-five years ago, in February of 1975, the Prelate Archbishop Karekin Sarkissian of blessed memory (later Catholicos of Cilicia and, even later, of All Armenians), conceived and organized a gathering of clergy from throughout the Prelacy to observe the Feast Day of Sts. Ghevontiank. This very first gathering of its kind took place at St. Gregory Armenian Apostolic Church in Indian Orchard, Massachusetts. For twenty-five years, this annual event has been observed in various communities throughout the Prelacy. This year, by arrangement of His Eminence Archbishop Oshagan, Prelate of the Armenian Apostolic Church of the Eastern United States and Canada, this observance was again held in the parish where it all began twenty-five years ago.

The keynote speaker for the conference was Mr. Hratch Tchilingirian, who has been involved in many church-related and national organizations. His topic was "The Challenges Facing the Armenian Apostolic Church in the Twenty-first Century," focusing on what the church's mission should be in today's world.

 

2000-04-01

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