Selected Publications, Articles & Presentations
“NGOs, IGOs, and the Network Mechanism of Post-Conflict Global Governance” (Palgrave Macmillan: New York, NY, 2008)
Chapters / Articles
Forthcoming: "When the Second Track Derails: The Political Implications of Grassroots Diplomacy between Turkish and Armenian Communities in the US," Conflict Resolution Quarterly.
Forthcoming: "Network Institutionalism and NGO Studies," International Studies Perspectives.
"The Effects of Global Policy Networks on Peacebuilding: Framework of Education" Global Society: Journal of Interdisciplinary International Relations, Vol. 24, No. 4, 2010: 529-552.
"Policy Wars for Peace: Network Model of NGO Behavior" International Studies Review Vol. 13, No. 3, 2009.
“State-Society Nexus and Gender” in Women and Politics Around the World: A Comparative Encyclopedia, edited by Joyce Gelb and Marian Lief Palley. Publisher: ABC-CLIO, 2008.
"The Promise and the Perils of Dual Citizenship: The Case of Post-Communist Armenia," Diaspora: Journal of Transnational Studies 13.2/3 (2004): 279-306. 2007
“On Money and Memory: Political ecnomy of cross-border engagement on the political divided Armenia-Turkey frontier” Conflict, Security and Development Vol. 7, No. 4, 2007.
“The Politics and the Conflict Resolution Potential of Georgian-Abkhaz Interethnic Peacecamp, 1998-2001”Peace and Change, Vol. 30, No. 1, 2005.
“Nationalism in a Globalizing Context: Governance-Focused Intervention in the Divided Plural Societies of the Developing World,” International Journal on World Peace, Vol. 20, 2003.
“The Governance Potential of NGOs and Multi-Sectoral Partnerships in Armenian Public Sector: Lessons from Microcredit NGOs of Bosnia and Herzegovina,” Armenian Journal of Public Policy, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2003.
“Global Public Policy Processes in Post-Conflict Regions: The Case of Microfinance Networks in Bosnia and Herzegovina,” International Studies Perspectives, Vol. 3, No. 4, 2002.
“Negotiation Culture in the Post-Soviet Context: An Interdisciplinary Perspective,” Mediation Quarterly Vol. 17, No. 1, Fall 1999.
“Institutional Structure of a Microcredit Policy Cluster and Its Impact on Policy Outcomes: Case Study of PRODEM/BancoSol in Bolivia,” Proc. 2nd Maxwell Symposium on Global Issues in Public Administration, 1999.
“State Sovereignty and International Macro-Structural Model” Development and Peace, Vol. 5, No. 2, August 1997.
Chair for the “Just War, Military Intervention, and Civil-Military Relations”, New Generation of Ideas Conference, University of Massachusetts, Boston, October 22, 2010.
Speaker, “Advancing Reform in Bosnia”, U.S. State Department, October 20, 2010
Chair for the “Comparative Politics: When Citizens Act” panel, New England Political Science Association 2010 Annual Meeting, April 2010
“Liberty and the Liberal Arts” conference, New Hampshire Institute of Politics in Manchester, New Hampshire, June 1-2, 2010
“Dual Citizenship Law and the Global Context of Armenian Statehood” The National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia, June 22, 2006, Yerevan, Armenia.
“The Governance Potential of NGOs and Multi-Sectoral Partnerships in the Armenian Public Sector: Lessons from Microcredit NGOs of Bosnia,” The World Bank, January 2003, Washington, DC.
“Politics of Post-Conflict Reconstruction in Bosnia and Herzegovina,” St. Bonaventure University, December 2001, Olean, NY.
“Teaching in post-Communist Academia: Legacies and Innovations,” Sponsored by the Russian-Armenian International University and the Institute of National Economy, July 2001, Yerevan, Armenia.
“The Politics of Microcredit Global Networks,” National Intelligence Council Project, Center for International and Security Studies, Maryland University, April 2000, College Park, MD.
“Microcredit Networks” in Workshop on Global Public Policy Networks Sponsored by The World Bank and the United Nations Foundation, September 1999, Overseas Development Agency, Washington, DC.