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Political Science and International Affairs Program (MPSIA)

Political Science and International Affairs Program (MPSIA)

 

Recent Submissions

  • Mirakyan, Norayr (2019-02-05)
    While it may appear that states do the rational thing when they sometimes choose not to comply with international norms, we argue that it is rational to comply with them. We propose a contrarian theory of compliance for ...
  • Bezhanyan, Ruzanna (2018-05-14)
    This essay is aimed to answer the question what tax policies does utilitarianism recommend? Based on the summary of utilitarianism basic guidelines and principles were separated. Following those principles income, sales, ...
  • Pandunts, Araksya (2018-05-11)
    The predictions of Henry Kissinger regarding the imminent collapse of the European Union did not happen. Nevertheless, painstakingly strengthening Euroscepticism totters the very idea and the foundations of unity in the ...
  • Armenakyan, Gohar (2018-05-11)
    The flow of migration has occurred from the historical period, but nowadays it has reached to extensive numbers, which keeps European countries concerned about the situation. It brought to the fact that many countries ...
  • Sahakyan, Irina (2018-05-10)
    The present paper addresses the post-Cold war era relations between US and Russia, claiming that relations 25 years after end of Cold War I become very tough. This paper questions whether there is a new cold war between ...
  • Ghevondyan, Astghik (2018-03-12)
    This research investigates how shared values can be created when both public and private organizations collaborate at various fronts. Particular attention was paid on how public-private collaboration would develop through ...
  • Avagyan, Zinaida (2017-12-01)
    The purpose of this Master’s Essay is to study the influence of globalization on the radicalization of Islamic Fundamentalism. This Essay examines the concept of globalization and analyzes the major characteristic of Islamic ...
  • Sisserian, Varak (2017-12-01)
    The research identified the strengths and weaknesses of the RA health care system. The findings from both the qualitative and quantitative data analysis show that although the health care system has considerably improved ...
  • Kirakosyan, Tsovinar (2017-12-01)
    The current refugee crisis which primarily stems from the Syrian Civil war has largely affected the European states thus forcing the EU to seek for alternative measures to deal with the mass influx of people. Since the ...
  • Mirimanyan, Tatevik (2017-11-30)
    The aim of economic integration is to ensure the establishment of commercial policies aiming to eliminate trade barriers and restrictions between member countries. The reasons for integration could be varied ranging from ...
  • Abrahamian, Serob (2017-11-30)
    After the Soviet Union collapsed and an independent Armenia was formed, many aspects of Armenian life changed. National holidays needed to be rethought, national figures needed to change and an entire outlook on national ...
  • Gabrielyan, Narine (2017-11-29)
    Human rights protection becoming the crux of the UNSC actions got officially inscribed as the primary mandate of the Council in 2005 World Summit Outcome Document. Under the Document the SC took the Responsibility to Protect ...
  • Harutyunyan, Marianna (2017-11-29)
    The aim of this paper is to determine the main types of climate hazards in Armenia, to study farmers’ vulnerability to unpredictable weather events as well as to examine how Armenian government is planning to respond to ...
  • Petrosyan, Maria (2017-11-28)
    Euthanasia is defined as “an act of ending one’s life to relieve pain and suffering” (Singer, 1993: 175). Being one of the controversial topics in bioethics, it has proponents that call it a peaceful death and opponents ...
  • Khachatryan, Lilit (2017-11-27)
    The master’s essay examines the main features of the relationship between social capital, public participation and local governance in the context of the main characteristics of social capital adopted by the majority of ...
  • Arzumanyan, Inessa (2017-11-27)
    The Islamic State of Iraq and Levant is the most discussed terrorist organization of our days and has reached new levels recently. With the evolution of the organization, many foreign fighters have been attracted to join ...
  • Oshakanyan, Gayaneh (2017-11-27)
    Foreign aid is directed to developing countries to make recipient countries grow in spite of their limited resources. Not always do recipient states manage to reach success and one of the major reasons for their failure ...
  • Currie, Brent (2017-11-22)
    The introduction of the Silk Road Economic Belt (SREB) in late 2013 as one of the two core components of China’s One Belt One Road has kick-started a flurry of infrastructure construction and transport connectivity projects ...
  • Isahakyan, Avetik (2017-11-21)
    In recent decades, many governments worldwide began to focus on their respective diasporan communities to maximize ways in which they could draw on their expertise and resources for the development of the country of origin. ...
  • Yeghiazaryan, Anahit (2017-11-20)
    The purpose of the present paper is to find whether political and economic sanctions imposed by the West, namely by such international institutions as the EU, UN and a number of countries including the US were effective ...

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