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About Gerard Libaridian

Gerard Libaridian is an Armenian scholar and writer, He was, for eleven years, Alex Manoogian Professor of Modern Armenian History at the University of Michigan, until his retirement in 2012. In the early 1990s he was leading adviser to Armenia's president. Among his books is Modern Armenia: People, Nation, State (Transaction, 2004). He has written a foreword to Ayse Gul Altinay & Fethiye Cetin, The Grandchildren: The Hidden Legacy of 'Lost' Armenians in Turkey (Transaction, 2014)

Articles by Gerard Libaridian

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An Armenian perspective on Khojali

Many civilians were killed in the war between the newly independent states of Armenia and Azerbaijan in the early 1990s. But the disputed period raises larger questions of common suffering, says Gerard Libaridian, adviser to Armenia's president at the time, who reflects on one incident that casts a long shadow.

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