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Hayasa - One of the ancient Armenian Kingdoms

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(legends) The Beginnings of Armenia

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Alexander the Great and his Successors

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Armenia during 5th-6th centuries

Armenia during 7th-8th centuries

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Cilician Armenia 11th-14th centuries

An Armenian woman on the Islamic throne

Armenian boys recruited to fight for Islam - Janissaries (Yanichars)

Artsakh Meliqutyuns (principalities) and creation of Karabakh Khanate (Khanutyun) Armenian language

The Armenian heroes of the Hungarian war of independence in 1848-49ENGLISH / ARMENIAN

Kingdom of Vaspurakan

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Cilicia Under French Mandate, 1918-1921- The French Administration, The Armenian Legion, Economy and Health care, Social and Political life, The Thorny road to Independence
Artsakh Chronicle (Chronology) - The list of the most important events (Karabakh war)
Armenian Military Emblem - Description and pictures

History of Armenian Diaspora (Spyurq, Colonies)


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Smbat A. Minasyan - Founder of

Date and Place of Birth

March 24, 1984, Yerevan, RA  


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2007-2010 – Ph.D., History, National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia.

2005-2007 – Master, International relations, Yerevan State University.

2001-2005 – Bachelor, International relations, Yerevan State University.

1991-2001 –  "Ruben Sevak" Secondary School, Yerevan, Armenia.


Armenian, Russian, English – Excellent (written and spoken).




(since 2010) Current position - Lecturer
Yerevan State University, (Course - Theory of International Relations). 
International Scientific-Educational Center of the National Academy of Sciences of RA (Course -Effective Communication)
(since 2003) Web Developer, SEO and Social Media Specialist,,,, etc.

07.2010 -08.2011 Head of Academic development department and Eurasia Training Center Eurasia International University
 06.2007- 06.2010

Ph.D. researcher

National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia
 02.2007-07.2007 Public Relations Specialist Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute
05.2006-01.2007 Marketing and advertising manager “Spyur” Information Center LTD
2005 - 2007 Foreign policy analyst "Mitq" analytical center NGO


2012 “Armenians of Sochi and Russia”, (Materials of international scientific-practical conference)

2003-2012 many published articles in and

2010 PhD thesis – “Armenian Refugees in North Caucasus 1918-1920”

2010 “Question of repatriation of Armenian refugees after reestablishment of Soviet power in North Caucasus”, (Mkhitar Gosh, scientific-methodical review social sciences)

2009 “Migration of Armenians to North Caucasus 1918”, (The problems of the history of Armenia, a collection of scientific articles, National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia, Institute of History)

2008 “Armenians of Sochi and Voluntary Army, 1918-1920”, (Scientific journal, Kavkazskiy Zbornik, Moscow)

2007  “Migration of Armenian refugees from North Caucasus to Armenia (1918-1920)”, (Scientific practical journal, Bulletin of Armenian Archives, Yerevan)

2006 “Armenian- Relations of Russia and the problem of Armenian population of Sochi region,1918-1920” (Scientific practical journal, Bulletin of Armenian Archives, Yerevan)

2004 Students’ report collection in “Civil Education Program” of YSU – April 17-18, 2004 Yerevan “The conflict of Karabakh”