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January 2009
2   Center senior analyst Manvel Sargsian’s article on “Propaganda or Reality” is published by Aravot daily.
   
3   Sargsian’s analysis on “The European Lighthouse and Armenia’s Political Ship” is referenced by Armtoday news agency.
   
7   Center founder Raffi K. Hovannisian gives interview to Public Radio on current domestic situation.
   
10-13   The Center is registered in the Black Sea Forum’s Working Group on Enhancing Effective Civil Society Peacebuilding and Violence Prevention in the Black Sea Region, and selected as associate organization in the “Regional Round Tables on Early Warning, Crisis Preparedness and Prevention of Armed Conflict in the Black Sea Region” policy program.
   
12  

Manvel Sargsian gives press briefing on “Armenia and Regional Energy Conduits,” covered by Day.Az and Regnum news agencies, Public Radio, and Yerkir Media television.

Sargsian’s article on “Armenia’s Prime Minister is Seeking Businessmen” is covered by Lragir.am news agency.
   
13  

Raffi Hovannisian comments on the 118th anniversary of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation, covered by Public Television.

Manvel Sragsian’s commentary on “Who Will Pay for Armenia’s Budget?” is referenced by Armtoday news agency.
   
16 Sargsian’s article on “The Influence of the Western Vector Has Sharply Increased” is published by Iravunk De-Facto newspaper.
   
17  

Raffi Hovannsian gives interview to Radio Liberty on Mountainous Karabagh and regional security.

Center director of administration Karapet Kalenchian receives Professor Uyama Tomohiko of the Central Asian Studies program at Hokkaido University.

Manvel Sargsian’s analysis on “Ship of the Fools, or Gestures During Crisis” is published by Hraparak daily.
   
19  

Raffi Hovannisian receives European Union delegation, gives interview to Austrian Public Radio.

Center senior analyst Manvel Sargsian meets with British analyst Thomas de Waal.

Sargsian’s article on “Armenia in Convulsion: Is Impatience the Problem?” is published by Lragir.am news agency.

Sargsian gives interview to Regnum news agency on “The Ruling Coalition in Crisis.”

Manvel Sargsian speaks to A1+ news agency on “The Opposition Has Made the Authorities Face Accountability.”
   
21   Center research coordinator Syuzanna Barseghian meets with Caucasus and Central Asia analyst Richard Giragosian.
   
23  

Raffi Hovannisian confers with German Ambassador Andrea Wiktorin.

Hovannisian meets with British Ambassador Charles Lonsdale; US Ambassador Marie Jovanovich; French Ambassador Serge Smessow; OSCE Ambassador Sergey Kapinos, and analysts Roelf Meyer and Thomas de Waal.

Center senior analyst Manvel Sargsian speaks on current political situation, covered by Taregir weekly, Zhamanak Yerevan daily, and Today.Az news agency.

Sargsian’s analysis on “The Fear of Change” is published by Hraparak daily.

   
26  

Raffi K. Hovannisian congratulates Indian Ambassador Reena Pandey on the 60th anniversary of the Republic.

Manvel Sargsian’s commentary on “Marginalization Could Become a Security Threat” is covered by Lragir.am news agency.

Sargsian gives interview to Regnum news agency on “The Expected Meeting of the Two Presidents.”
   
27   Manvel Sargsian confers with Projects Manager Dessislava Roussanova of the Eurasia Program of the International Alert Organization.
   
28   Sargsian’s article on “Armenia: Political Proprietorship is Dividing the Country,” is presented in ArmToday news agency.
   
30   Sargsian meets with diplomat Marius Chebotaru of the Romanian Embassy.
   
31   Center senior analyst Manvel Sargsian’s analysis on “It Appears That Property is Unprotected in Armenia” is published by Hraparak daily.
   

 
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