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Conf/Prog - End of Transition: Armenia 25 Years On, Now What?, Two-city Conference 2017, Los Angeles, Yerevan

University of Southern California



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END OF TRANSITION ARMENIA 25 YEARS ON, NOW WHAT?

A two-city conference that seeks to investigate the transitional and post-transitional processes in Armenia and the post-Soviet region.

Renowned diplomats, area specialists, and young scholars will present on the multitude of issues that have influenced 25 years of transition in Armenia.

APRIL 9-10, 2017
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

AMBASSADOR JACK MATLOCK

Jack Matlock is a career diplomat who served on the front lines of American diplomacy during the Cold War and was the last U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union when the Cold War ended.

HANS GUTBROD

Hans Gutbrod runs Transparify, an initiative to increase the transparency of policy research and advocacy. Based in Tbilisi, Georgia, Hans works as a Caucasus analyst and holds a Ph.D. in International Relations from the London School of Economics. 

AMBERIN ZAMAN

Amberin Zaman is a Public Policy Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars in Washington DC. Until recently, she was the Turkey correspondent for the Economist.

ROBERT ENGLISH

Professor Robert English is a graduate of Princeton and served as the Director of the USC School of International Relations from 2013 to 2016. He specializes in Russian and post-Soviet international relations, political economy, and nationalism in post-communist countries.

DARON ACEMOĞLU

Daron Acemoğlu is Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His areas of research include political economy, economic development and growth, human capital theory, network economics and learning. He is the author of Why Nations Fail.

KHACHIG TÖLÖLYAN

Khachig Tölölyan is a Professor in and Director of the College of Letters at Wesleyan University, where he teaches comparative literature, history, and philosophy. In 1991, Professor Tölölyan founded Diaspora: a journal of transnational studies, the pre-eminent publication in the world that is devoted to the topic.

LOCATIONS

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

APRIL 9: Town & Gown
APRIL 10: University Club

YEREVAN, ARMENIA

VENUE: Cafesjian Center for the Arts
DATE: May 23-24, 2017

For information, write to armenian@usc.edu or call 213.821.3943.


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March 29, 2017




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