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Final Analysis: “More rewarding on the inside”

From Washington, D.C. to Yerevan, Richard Giragosian has created a reputation as a studied analyst of the gnarly politics that often bewilder the rest of the world (to the extent that anyone pays attention), in trying to decipher life in Armenia and its neighborhood.

Giragosian’s challenge is to make sense of Caucasus-style politics, where rules are made up on a shifting political landscape that frequently appears lost in transition even for scientists.

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30.04.2012 14:18
I think I know what Avetis means. I have been monitoring his work lately. There is no doubt in my mind that Richard works directly for America. He is Washington's mouthpiece in Yerevan. Let's just hope before these people cause an Arab Spring in Armenia they get arrested or deported.
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10.01.2011 11:46
Tell us Avetis...Who is Giragosian??
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06.01.2011 17:42
Those who need to know know very well who Giragosian is and who Goragosian works for. And silly reporting such as this will not hide his reality.
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