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Mooradian, who teaches at George Mason University in Virginia and Yerevan State University, is well known for his writings on Armenian political and historical issues which appear on a weekly basis in English-language Armenian newspapers, and he is also the author of scholarly articles on the Karabagh conflict. His background is in international relations and in the field of conflict resolution, and he has helped establish a Conflict Studies Curriculum at Yerevan State University. He has also served as an unofficial advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and has been a Fulbright Scholar to Armenia for the past two years.
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Mooradian, who teaches at George Mason University in Virginia and [[Yerevan State University]], is well known for his writings on Armenian political and historical issues which appear on a weekly basis in [[English-language Armenian newspapers]], and he is also the author of scholarly articles on the Karabagh conflict. His background is in international relations and in the field of conflict resolution, and he has helped establish a Conflict Studies Curriculum at [[Yerevan State University]]. He has also served as an unofficial advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and has been a Fulbright Scholar to Armenia for the past two years.
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[[Category:Armenian Individuals|Mooradian, Moorad]]

Latest revision as of 13:59, 5 September 2005

Mooradian, who teaches at George Mason University in Virginia and Yerevan State University, is well known for his writings on Armenian political and historical issues which appear on a weekly basis in English-language Armenian newspapers, and he is also the author of scholarly articles on the Karabagh conflict. His background is in international relations and in the field of conflict resolution, and he has helped establish a Conflict Studies Curriculum at Yerevan State University. He has also served as an unofficial advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and has been a Fulbright Scholar to Armenia for the past two years.