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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
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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.
Georgia's military plans reveal its ambition to reclaim the territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia it lost in the wars of the early 1990s, says Vicken Cheterian.
Serbian views about the prospect of independence for the territory it lost in 1999 are more complex than they often appear, finds Vicken Cheterian in Belgrade.
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