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  1. Armenia and the Near East (Middle East in the Twentieth CenturySer.) by Fridtjof Nansen, 1976-12
  2. DEVELOPMENT AND INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF POST-COMMUNIST PARTY SYSTEM:: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ARMENIA AND KYRGYZSTAN by Lilit Beganyan, 2009-01-08
  3. Crime in Armenia: Armenian Crime Victims, Corruption in Armenia, Prisoners and Detainees of Armenia, Terrorism in Armenia, Jirair Sefilian
  4. Armenia Industrial and Business Directory
  5. Armenia Recent Economic and Political Developments Yearbook (World Strategic and Business Information Library) by Ibp Usa, 2008-08-08
  6. Armenia Business and Industrial Directory
  7. Armenia Export-import Trade and Business Directory
  8. Prime Minister of Armenia
  9. Failed Transition?: The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and Armenia'sTransition to Democracy by Artashes Boyajian, 2009-02-26
  10. Appendix 1: selected players.(Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia: Security Issues and Implications for U.S. Interests): An article from: Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports and Issue Briefs by Jim Nichol, 2007-02-01
  11. Penal Reform in a Society in Transition: An Institutional Analysis of Penal Reform in the Republic of Armenia by Satenik Margaryan, 2008-06-01
  12. Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia: security issues and implications for U.S. interest.(Congressional Research Service): An article from: Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports and Issue Briefs by Jim Nichol, 2009-01-01
  13. Us -- Armenia Diplomatic and Political Cooperation Handbook
  14. Armenia Business & Investment Opportunities Yearbook by Ibp Usa, 2008-08-08

81. U.S. Commercial Service Armenia: Key Armenian Government Contacts
Prime Minister Andranik Markarian, Prime Minister 1st government House RepublicSquare Yerevan 375010, armenia Tel (3741) 520-360 Fax (374-1) 151-036, 523
http://www.buyusa.gov/armenia/en/page18.html
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Key Armenian Government Contacts
This list was compiled by the Commercial Service in Armenia and is a living document, accepting periodic changes as deemed necessary. We would appreciate learning of any other organizations which should be added, or of any corrections which should be made to entries on this or other lists. Please provide this information to: Mher Avetyan
Telephone: (374-1) 521 611 or (374-1) 151 551
Fax: (374-1) 151 550
E-mail: Mher.Avetyan@mail.doc.gov President
Robert Kocharian, President
President's House
26 Marshal Baghramian Ave.
Yerevan 375019
Tel: (374-1) 588-734, 588-712, 588-793 (Protocol)
Fax: (374-1) 561-581, 151-152 Prime Minister Andranik Markarian, Prime Minister 1st Government House Republic Square Yerevan 375010, Armenia Tel: (374-1) 520-360 Fax: (374-1) 151-036, 523-219 Ministers: Ministry of Agriculture Zaven Gevorgian, Minister 48 Nalbandyan Street Yerevan 375010 Tel: (374-1) 524-641 Fax: (374-1) 151-583 Chief of Staff of the Cabinet Manouk Topazian, Minister

82. OPIC Links: Armenia
government Foreign Affairs. government General Profile. government HomePage. armenia Development Agency (ADA). government Legislature Parliament.
http://www.opic.gov/links/countryInfo.asp?country=Armenia®ion=euro

83. AnsMe Directory - Regional > Asia > Armenia > Government
http//www.cba.am. 4. government of the Republic of armenia Presents the governmentalstructure. Includes also a reforms section. http//www.gov.am/en/.
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ArmeniaDiaspora.com

News about current events and the relations with Armenians around the world. Includes also a large database of web resources.
http://www.armeniadiaspora.com/
Armenian Drug and Medical Technology Agency

A state authority, offering drug regulatory, consulting and laboratory services to industries, pharmaceutical companies, hospitals and public. Features news, as well as information about the departments and services. http://www.pharm.am/ Central Bank of Armenia Includes the list of financial institutions, money-supply statistics, official exchange rates and legal aspects. http://www.cba.am Government of the Republic of Armenia Presents the governmental structure. Includes also a reforms section. http://www.gov.am/en/

84. GOVERNMENT OF ARMENIA SHOULD DETERMINE ITS STRATEGY IN RESPECT TO
government OF armenia SHOULD DETERMINE ITS STRATEGY IN RESPECT TO FOREIGN INVESTMENTSThe exclusive interview of Alexey Sekarev, Chief Advisor for armenian
http://www.arka.am/ENG/Free/Interview/exc18.html

85. CURRENT U.S. AGREEMENTS WITH THE GOVERNMENT OF ARMENIA
CURRENT US AGREEMENTS WITH THE government OF armenia. June 1996.Bilateral Trade Agreement provides for Most Favored Nation (MFN
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CURRENT U.S. AGREEMENTS WITH THE GOVERNMENT OF ARMENIA
June 1996 Bilateral Trade Agreement - provides for Most Favored Nation (MFN) status for products from both countries, improved market access, and nondiscriminatory treatment for U.S. goods and services in Armenia and Armenian products in the U.S. The agreement also provides strong intellectual property rights protection in reaffirming commitments to international agreements. In effect since April 1992. Bilateral Investment Treaty - The U.S. and Armenia signed a BIT, which creates a legal framework to stimulate investment in Armenia, in October 1992. The BIT ensures that companies with foreign investment in each country will receive treatment which is no less favorable than that provided wholly domestic companies. U.S. AND MULTILATERAL PROGRAMS IN ARMENIA U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA): USDA assistance to Armenia includes 1) grants of food assistance to help meet humanitarian needs in the countries, and 2) technical assistance to help develop the food of the various economies.
Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC): OPIC has signed a bilateral agreement with Armenia authorizing it to provide loans, loan guarantees, and investment insurance to American companies that invest in the Republic of Armenia.

86. Armenia, Country, Asia: Government
encyclopediaEncyclopedia¬óarmenia, country, Asia government. Therepublic has an executive branch, a unicameral legislature, and
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The republic has an executive branch, a unicameral legislature, and a judiciary headed by a supreme court. The president, who is head of state, is elected by popular vote for a five-year term. The prime minister is appointed by the president. There is a popularly elected 190-member national assembly. Armenia is divided into 10 provinces and the capital district. Sections in this article: Economy Armenia, country, Asia History Search Infoplease Info search tips Search Biographies Bio search tips About Us Contact Us Link to Infoplease ... Privacy

87. Library Of Congress / Federal Research Division / Country Studies / Area Handboo
Transportation and Telecommunications; government and Politics; National Security.Historical 1989; A New Political Climate; Independence; Postindependence armenia.
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ARMENIA - A Country Study
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Include word variants Use only words as entered. Please note: The current Country Study was previously in a multi-country volume.
Chapter numbers reflect those used in the printed book.

88. Armenia, Country, Asia: Government
Sections in this article Introduction; Land and People; Economy; government; History;Bibliography. Previous Economy, Top of section armenia, country, Asia, Next
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The republic has an executive branch, a unicameral legislature, and a judiciary headed by a supreme court. The president, who is head of state, is elected by popular vote for a five-year term. The prime minister is appointed by the president. There is a popularly elected 190-member national assembly. Armenia is divided into 10 provinces and the capital district. Sections in this article:
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89. HyeEtch - Republic Of Armenia - Statistics, Government & History P5
Ottoman government. The revolt of Zeitun. 1878, Treaty of St. Stefano. 1878, TheCongress and Treaty of Berlin. 1879, The creation of Secret Union of Upper armenia
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Important Dates From the History of Armenia
B.C. Beginning of the Armenian old calendar B.C. Foundation of Dushba (Van), Capital of the Kingdom of Urartu 782 B.C. Foundation of the Erebuni (Yerevan) by King Argishti of Urartu 590-585 B.C. Fall of the Kingdom of Urartu 585-550 B.C. The struggle of Armenia against Marasdan 521-520 B.C. The revolt of the Armenia against the Achamenid Kingdom of Iran 401-400 B.C. The retreat of Xenophon and the Greek Army through Armenia 334 B.C. Invasion by Alexander the Great 331 B.C. The establishment of Kingdoms of Armenia Major and Armenia Minor 312 B.C. The establishment of Seleucid Kingdom 240 B.C. The establishment of the Armenian Kingdom of Dsopk 220 B.C. Armenia Major and Dsopk accept the rule of the Seleucid Kingdom 208-188 B.C. Foundation of Yervantashat Capital of Armenia 190 B.C. Battle of Magnesia and the defeat of Seleucids by the Romans 189 B.C. Establishment of Ardashesian Kingdom in Armenia 180-160 B.C. Foundation of Ariashad, the Capital of Armenia 95 B.C.

90. Foundation For Global Community - The Armenia-Azerbaijan Initiative
A peace initiative on the NagornoKarabakh dispute from the Foundation for Global Community. Details Category Society Issues Secession Azerbaijan...... In April 1995 the Foundation sent a team of three to once again meet with citizensand government representatives in Azerbaijan and armenia, to assess if this
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The Armenia-Azerbaijan Initiative The Initiative The Participants People to Thank Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) Interested in Conflict Resolution
  • Background ...
  • Our Fifthth Trip to the Region Background This is an initiative to assist influential moderates in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and the Nagorno-Karabakh region in a non-governmental public peace process of face-to-face reconciliation, as a step and model for resolution of their eight year conflict and its more than one million displaced persons. The project began when, in Winter 1992, both the Armenian and Azerbaijani Ambassadors to Moscow requested the involvement of nongovernmental organizations to find creative solutions to their apparently irreconcilable conflict and war. Back to the top of this page Our Initial Trip to Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Nagorno-Karabakh In response, the Foundation for Global Community decided to explore the possibilities of such an activity by sending delegates to meet with the Ambassadors in Moscow in June 1993. The Ambassadors confirmed their need for assistance. They were particularly interested in the "public peace process" that the Foundation, the Stanford Center on Conflict and Negotiation (SCCN) , and Dr. Harold Saunders of the Kettering Foundation had utilized together in an earlier non-government
  • 91. DINO - Language: Englisch - Regional - Asia - Armenia - Government
    4. Dieser 'externe' Link öffnet sich in einem neuen Fenster Governmentof the Republic of armenia Presents the governmental structure.
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    Websites ArmeniaDiaspora.com - News about current events and the relations with Armenians around the world. Includes also a large database of web resources.
    http://www.armeniadiaspora.com/
    [Verwandte Websites] Armenian Drug and Medical Technology Agency - A state authority, offering drug regulatory, consulting and laboratory services to industries, pharmaceutical companies, hospitals and public. Features news, as well as information about the departments and services.
    http://www.pharm.am/
    [Verwandte Websites] Central Bank of Armenia - Includes the list of financial institutions, money-supply statistics, official exchange rates and legal aspects.
    http://www.cba.am

    92. ICL - Armenia Index
    armenia Index entrenchment). These provisions declare the Republicor armenia independent, democratic, social, and legal. History
    http://www.oefre.unibe.ch/law/icl/am__indx.html
    Armenia Index Constitutional Background
    The new constitution was adopted in 1995. The constitution states in Article that the Articles , and cannot be changed (entrenchment). These provisions declare the Republic or Armenia independent, democratic, social, and legal. History and News
    • 5 July 1995: Adoption of Constitution 23 Sep 1991: Independence from Soviet Union.

    • 28 May 1918: Foundation of the First Armenian Republic.
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