Publications

 

  1. BOOKS

Guest editor, Demokratizatsiya (Washington, DC) Spring 2006 special issue on Armenia.                                   guest Editor.

Modern Armenia: People. Nation. State. Transaction Books/Rutgers University, 2004.   (French edition in 2007.) Also published in French, L’Arménie moderne, by histoire des hommes et de la nation (Paris: Karthala, 2008).

The Challenge of Statehood. Armenian Political Thinking Since Independence. Blue Crane Books, 1999. (Armenian edition by Armat Association, Պետականության Մարտահրավերը. Հայ քաղաքական միտքը անկախությունից ի վեր, Yerevan, 1999; French edition, “La Construction de l’état en Arménie. Un enjeu caucasien,” by Editions Karthala, Paris, 2000;  Turkish edition, Ermenilerin Devleteşme Sinavi, Iletisim Yayinlari, Istanbul, April 2001).

Editor, Armenia at the Crossroads. Democracy and Statehood in the Post-Soviet Era. Essays, Interviews and Speeches by the Leaders of National Democratic Movement in Armenia, Blue Crane Books, Watertown, Mass., the Blue Crane Books, 1991.

Editor of English edition, The Sumgait Tragedy: Pogroms Against Armenians in Soviet Azerbaijan, Caratzas and Zoryan Institute, 1990.

Editor, The Karabagh File. Documents and Facts, 1918-1988 (ed.). Zoryan Institute, Cambridge and Toronto, 1988. [Also published in French, Le Dossier Karabagh, by Sevig Press, Paris, 1988.]

 Editor, A Crime of Silence. Proceedings of the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (ed.). Zed Press, London, 1985. (Also published in French and German)

General editor, What Is to Be Asked?, ed., Proceedings of Colloquium, Zoryan Institute, Cambridge, Mass., 1984.

 

2. MAJOR PUBLISHED ARTICLES

[Not included: A large number of interviews to news media in the US, France, Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Germany, etc.]

COMMENTARY ON FM DAVUTOĞLU’S TPQ ARTICLE ON THE ARMENIAN ISSUE

“TPQ Advisory Board member Gerard Libaridian responds to Turkish Foreign Minister Davutoğlu’s article, “Turkish Armenian Relations: Is a ‘Just Memory’ Possible?’ ” which was published in TPQ’s Spring 2014 Issue.

  “Professor Libaridian Responds to Turkish FM’s Call for “Just Memory,” Turkish policy Quarterly website, August 2014.

“Erdogan and His Armenian Problem,” in Turkish Policy Quarterly, Spring   2013.

CRITICAL MOMENT.ENGLISH (also in Armenian and French),   on web journals, August 2011.

“What Was Revolutionary about the Armenian Revolutionary Parties?” in Ronald Suny, Muge Gocek, and Norman Naimark, eds., A Question of  Genocide, Oxford University Press, 2011.

“1995 Was a Good Year for the South Caucasus,” in Uluslararas Iliskiler, Ayce Ergun and Mustafa Aydin eds., Ankara, vol. 7, no. 26, 2010.

“Opportunities Gained and Lost: South Caucasus Security Since Independence,” in The South Caucasus 2021: Oil, Democracy and  Geopolitics, Elkhan Nuriyev, ed., Routledge, London, 2010.

“Democracy: Deviations and Externalities,” The Journal of the International Institute, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Spring 2009.

“What Questions Should We Be Asking Today?” in Proceedings of the Colloquium “Wanted for the Future: Clarification! Armenians, Turks, and Europe in the Shadow of World War I,” (Basel, 2006).

“The Elusive ‘Right Formula’: A Historical Analysis of the Official Peace  Process,” Accord, (London, Issue Number 17, 2006).

“The Past as Prison, the Past as a Different Future,” Turkish Policy  Quarterly, (Istanbul, Number 4, 2005). (Reproduced in Diba Noger Goksel and Zaur Shiriyev, eds., The Political Scene of the Caucasus. A  Decade of perspectives. Istanbul, 2013.)

“To Negotiate or Not to Negotiate,” Birikim, in Turkish (Istanbul, Number 193/194, 2004).

“Reassessing Regional Politics and International Relations in the  Caucasus,” in Arabic, Sharqname (Summer 2004, Cairo).

“The Role of Organizations, Institutions, and Centers in Armenian Studies,” The Journal of Armenian Studies, Vol. VII, No. 2, 2003.

“Dilemmas and Dangers of Foreign Policy in the Caucasus,” Iran and the Caucasus, Volume VI, 2003.

“Rethinking Armenian Studies: The Role of the Zoryan Institute,” in NAASR Conference proceedings, (forthcoming from NAASR, 2003).

“Armenia’s Foreign Policy,” Central Asia and Caucasus Review, Spring 2001 (Tehran).

“Re-imagining the Past, Rethinking the Present: The Future of Turkish-Armenian relations,” Insight Turkey, Oct.-Dec., 2000.

“Coping with Conflict Resolution in the Post-Soviet Era: The Case of Nagorno Karabagh,” in Beyond Transition, (UNDP/ISS/CESTRAD, NY, 2000).

“Armenia’s Perspective on Regional Dynamics,” in Central Asia and the  South Caucasus: Reorientations, Internal Transitions, and Strategic Dynamics, NIC, Washington, DC, 2000).

“The Significance of the Sacking of the Prime Minister in Armenia,” SAIS, Johns Hopkins University-SAIS, The Analyst, on the Internet.

“New Approaches to Nagorno-Karabagh: A Window of Opportunity?” with Arif Yunusov; EastWest Institute Policy Paper No. 3, June 1999.

“Politics of Promises,” Proceedings of American University of Armenia, Conference on “The Transcaucasus Today: Prospects of Regional Integration,” June 1997.

“Entwicklung und Struktur des armenischen Diaspora,” in Identitat in der Fremde, M. Dabag and K. Platt, eds., Bochum, 1993.

“Ideology and History: The Problem of Armeno-Kurdish Relations,” in Studia Kurdica, 1990. [Appeared also in Turkish and Persian in same journal.]

“Armenian Earthquakes and Soviet Tremors,” in Society 3(1989).

“The Ultimate Repression: The Genocide of the Armenians, 1915-1917,” in Genocide and the Modern Age, M. N. Dobkowski and I. Wallimann, editors. Greenwood Press, 1987. [Also translated into French in Temps Modernes (Paris), July-September, 1988. {Reproduced in the author’s Modern Armenia. People, Nation, State, New Brunswick, 2005.]

“The Ideology of Young Turks,” in The Crime of Silence, G. J. Libaridian, editor. Zed Press, London, 1985. [Also translated in the French and German editions of the same volume, edited by Gerard Chaliand and Tessa Hofmann, respectively.]

“Nation and Fatherland in Nineteenth Century Western Armenian Political Thought,” Armenian Review, 3(1983).

“Revolution and Liberation in the 1982 and 1907 Programs of the Dashnaktsutiune,”   in                                            Transcaucasia. Nationalism and Social Change, R. G. Suny, editor. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1983 (revised edition, 1996).

“The Changing Self-Image of the Armenian in the Ottoman Empire: Rayahs and Revolutionaries,” in The Image of the Armenian in History and Literature, R. G. Hovannisian, editor. Undena Press, Los Angeles, 1981.

“The Armenian Diaspora: Process and Program,” in The Denied  Structure, M. Nshanian, editor. ICOM Press, Milan, Italy, 1980.

“Armenia and Armenians: A Divided Homeland and a Dispersed Nation,” in Soviet Asian Ethnic Frontiers, W. O. McCagg and B. Silver, editors. Pergamon Press, 1980.

“Objectivity and the Historiography of the Armenian Genocide,” Armenian Review, 1 (1978):79-87.

 

  1. BOOK REVIEWS AND MISCELLANY

 

   Huberta von Voss (ed.),’s Portraits of Hope. Armenians in the  Contemporary World, (2008), in Journal of Contemporary History,  January 2011.

Razmik Panossian’s The Armenians, in the Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies, (2007).                                                       

Guenther Lewy’s The Armenian Massacres in Ottoman Turkey. A Disputed Genocide, in the Russian Review (October 2006.)  

George A. Bournoutian’s A Concise History of the Armenian People, in the International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 36 (1994), No.3.

Kemal Karpat’s Politicization of Islam, in Central Eurasian Studies Review, Vol.2 (1993), No. 2.

Richard G. Hovannisian’s Republic of Armenia, Vol. 2, in The Middle East Journal, (Summer 1984.)

 

Miscellaneous entries for The New Encyclopedia of Russian History, (MacMillan Reference, Gale, USA, 2004.)