12 June 2011

3279) Turkey–Armenia Manual Information & Contacts To Persons & Institutions Working On Turkey-Armenia Relations 2010

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Even if there are no diplomatic relations and the land border remains closed, there are numerous persons and institutions in Armenia and in Turkey working on bilateral relations and related issues. Who are these persons and institutions, what are their projects and publications and in what areas are they actively working?

This manual is meant to provide answers to these questions through a user-friendly overview introducing key people and key institutions. The manual starts with a short outline of the recent events in Turkey-Armenia relations from 2008 until summer 2010. It is then divided into
. . . two parts, one on Armenia and one on Turkey. These two parts are not completely symmetrical, but in both country sections you will find information on persons and institutions regularly dealing with Turkey –Armenia relations and joint initiatives. These include:

media, press and TV with the presentation of important journalists
NGOs and foundations
think tanks and key actors
universities and leading academics
business people and associations

We hope that with this manual all interested in Turkey-Armenia relations will be able to follow joint projects, inform themselves about what is going on and get the contacts to the key players involved in these initiatives. That is why there are a lot of links where you can study in more detail ongoing and completed projects or read articles on Turkey-Armenia relations.

This manual is the joint work of ESI analsysts in Turkey and Armenia with the support of Eurasia Partnership Foundation

Istanbul – Yerevan, August 2010



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