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Emil Sanamyan was born in [[Baku]], in the Soviet Republic of [[Azerbaijan]]. Forced to leave amid anti-Armenian violence, his family eventually ended up in the [[United States]]. In 1995 Emil volunteered in [[Tatev Village]] as part of the [[Land and Culture Organization]]. Emil was educated at the [[University of Arizona]] in Tucson, [[George Washington University]] in [[Washington, DC]] and [[Virginia Tech]] in [[Alexandria, VA]].  
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Emil Sanamyan is a writer and commentator on Armenia, Azerbaijan and the wider region. He is currently a senior fellow at the [[University of Southern California]]'s Institute of Armenian Studies and contributes regularly to CivilNet.am. You can follow his work on twitter @emil_sanamyan.  
  
Since 2006 Emil Sanamyan has been the Washington Editor, and later Editor-in-Chief for [[The Armenian Reporter]], a U.S.-based publication. From 2000 until 2006 he was a Research Officer at the [[Armenian Assembly of America]] and from 1998 to 2000 he worked in the Office of the Nagorno [[Karabakh]] Republic in the United States.
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From 2006 to 2014 Emil worked for the The [[Armenian Reporter]], a U.S.-based publication, first as its Washington Editor and then as Editor-in-Chief. From 2000 until 2006 he was a Research Officer at the [[Armenian Assembly of America]] and from 1998 to 2000 he worked in the Office of the [[Nagorno Karabakh Republic]] in the United States.
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Emil was born in [[Baku]], then part of the [[Soviet Union]]. Forced to leave amid anti-Armenian violence, his family received refugee asylum in the United States. In 1995 Emil volunteered in [[Tatev Village]] as part of the [[Land and Culture Organization]]. Emil received his BA at the [[University of Arizona]] and MA at [[Virginia Tech]]. 
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Emil and his wife Oksana were married at [[Gandzasar]] in 2005, they have a daughter Katya and son David.
  
Emil was married at [[Gandzasar]] in September 2005, he and his wife Oksana have a daughter Ekaterina and son David.
 
  
 
==His writings==
 
==His writings==

Latest revision as of 03:14, 14 March 2019

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Birthplace Baku
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Lived in Baku, Washington D.C., Tucson
Languages English, Russian
Ethnicities Armenian

Emil Sanamyan is a writer and commentator on Armenia, Azerbaijan and the wider region. He is currently a senior fellow at the University of Southern California's Institute of Armenian Studies and contributes regularly to CivilNet.am. You can follow his work on twitter @emil_sanamyan.

From 2006 to 2014 Emil worked for the The Armenian Reporter, a U.S.-based publication, first as its Washington Editor and then as Editor-in-Chief. From 2000 until 2006 he was a Research Officer at the Armenian Assembly of America and from 1998 to 2000 he worked in the Office of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic in the United States.

Emil was born in Baku, then part of the Soviet Union. Forced to leave amid anti-Armenian violence, his family received refugee asylum in the United States. In 1995 Emil volunteered in Tatev Village as part of the Land and Culture Organization. Emil received his BA at the University of Arizona and MA at Virginia Tech.

Emil and his wife Oksana were married at Gandzasar in 2005, they have a daughter Katya and son David.


His writings