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About Vicken Cheterian
Vicken Cheterian is a journalist and political analyst. He teaches at Webster Geneva's faculty of media communications, and lectures in international relations at the University of Geneva. His latest book is Open Wounds: Armenians, Turks, and a Century of Genocide (C Hurst, 2015). His other books include From Perestroika to Rainbow Revolutions: Reform and Revolution after Communism (C Hurst, 2013) and War and Peace in the Caucasus: Russia’s Troubled Frontier (C Hurst, 2009; Columbia University Press, 2009)
Articles by Vicken Cheterian
This week's editor
Guest editor Ronan Harrington introduces this week's theme: Spirituality and Visionary Politics.
Ronan is a freelance political strategist and co-creator of Alter Ego, a gathering exploring the future of progressive politics.
No to TTIP
A bad agreement cannot turn old adversaries into good neighbours, says Vicken Cheterian.
A year after the disastrous war with Russia, the political elite in Tbilisi remains uncertain about how to define a way forward for the country. Vicken Cheterian assesses its predicament.
Georgia's recovery from losses of war and territory will be through a return to the strategy and values that underpinned its democratic revolution, says Vicken Cheterian
A presidential contest between former and aspiring leaders is rooted in the enduring dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh, explains Vicken Cheterian.
The roots of Lebanon's political fracture lie in the unresolved legacy of its 1975-90 civil war, says Vicken Cheterian.
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