3113) Free E-Book: Armenia-Diaspora Relations: 20 Years Since Independence

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February 2010


I. Introduction and Motivation

II. Armenia-Diaspora Relations: A Historical Excurse
A. Before Independence The Karabakh Movement
B. De jure Relations After Independence

III. De facto Relations After Independence
A. The Diaspora’s De Facto Attitude Events of 2008
B. Armenia’s De Facto Attitude Armenia-Turkish Protocols
C. Why Such a Disconnect?

IV. The Diaspora’s Contribution to Armenia
A. Economic Development Indirect Economic Assistance
B. Governance and Public Service Reform What Can Be Done?
C. Civil Society Strengthening
D. Food for Thought

V. Strengthening Armenia-Diaspora Relations: A Way Forward
A. Challenges of Diaspora Organization
B. A Call for a Collective Action Text Boxes

Box 1. Dual Citizenship
Box 2. Contribution of Diaspora to the war effort in Karabakh
Box 3. Armenia-Turkey Protocols
Box 4. Factors Behind the Organizational Underdevelopment in the Diaspora
Box 5. Jewish Diaspora and Israel’s Economic Development in Early Years of Independence
Box 6. Political Engagement of Other Nations in Their Respective Homelands
Box 7. Corruption in Armenia
Box 8. Perceived Leadership Problems and Corruption in the Past
Box 9: Elements of Structure of a Transnational Diaspora Organization

Armenia-Diaspora Relations: the Role of the Church

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