Modern Armenia : people, nation, state / Gerald J. Libaridian
- Libaridian, Gerald J.
- New Brunswick, N.J. : Transaction Publishers, 2007.
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- Physical Description:
- xi, 327 pages ; 23 cm
- pt. 1. From people to nation: an overview from the 1850s to the 1970s -- pt. 2. Nation and Fatherland in nineteenth-century Armenian political thought -- The changing Armenian self-image in the Ottoman empire: Rayahs and revolutionaries -- pt. 3. Theory and praxis: a perspective on the Armenian Liberation Movement, 1890-1908 -- Rethinking the nation: revolution and liberation in the 1892 and 1907 programs of the Dashnaktsutiune -- A case study of evolution: the Socialist review Handes -- pt. 4. The ideology of the young Turk movemnt -- The ultimate repression: the genocide of the Armenians, 1915-1917 -- Ideology and history: problems in the study of Armeno-Kurdish relations -- Re-imagining the past, rethinking the present: the future of Turkish-Armenian relations -- pt. 5. From people to state, once more: an overview from 1980-2003 -- The re-imagined future: Turkey-Armenia and Turkish-Armenian relations since independence -- Armenia's strategic significance.
- 9781412806480 (pbk.)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographic references (pages 315-321) and index.
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