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Books and ebooks // Armenian Revolution AND 2018 AND velvet
Armenian Revolution by
Call Number: Interlibrary Loan
Publication Date: 2018
Protest movements Armenia (Republic) History 21st century.
Politics and government.
Armenia (Republic) Politics and government 21st century.
Armenia (Republic) Yerevan.
Armenia's Velvet Revolution by
Call Number: ebook / Interlibrary Loan some chapters?
Publication Date: 2020
Foreword -- Salpi Ghazarian Introduction: An unlikely transition? -- Laurence Broers -- Chapter 1. Velvet is not a colour: Armenia's democratic transition in a global context -- Anna Ohanyan -- Chapter 2. Thirty years of protest: how Armenia's legacy of political and civic protests prepared the Velvet Revolution -- Mikayel Zolyan -- Chapter 3. How Serzh Sargsyan and the Republican Party of Armenia lost control of a competitive authoritarian system- Laurence Broers -- Chapter 4. Armenian civil society: growing pains, honing skills and possible pitfalls -- Jenny Paturyan -- Chapter 5. Donning the Velvet: Nonviolent resistance in the -- 2018.Armenian Revolution -- Jonathan Pinckney -- Chapter 6. Armenia's transition: The challenges of geography, geopolitics and multipolarity -- Richard Giragosian -- Chapter 7. Preserving the alliance against tall odds: Armenia's Velvet Revolution as a challenge to Russia -- Pavel K. Baev -- Chapter 8. Political patriarchy: Gendered hierarchies, paternalism, and public space in Armenia's 'Velvet Revolution' -- Tamar Shirinian -- Chapter 9. Democratization and diaspora: The Velvet Revolution and the Armenian nation Abroad -- Kristin Cavoukian -- Conclusion: What's Next? Authoritarian Reserves and Risks in a Democratic State -- Anna Ohanyan -- Index