Armenian Journal of Political Science No 2‚  2015

POST-SOVIET TRANSFORMATION

Kaarlo Tuori
Constitutional Design and the Choice of the Political Regime

Nedim Ademovic
Transitional and Post-War Constitutionalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina Under International Control: National or International Failure

Evgeni Tanchev
Comparative and Bulgarian Implications of the Separation of Powers Principle

Emil Ordukhanyan
Assessing the Regimes of Post-Soviet Transformation Countries through Political Discourse: Possibilities and Challenges

NEW WORLD ORDER: REGIONAL DEVELOPMENTS

Tigran Torosyan, Grigor Arshakyan
Turkey’s Modern Foreign Policy: New Challenges and New Opportunities

Nora Gevorgyan
The EU’s Strategic Interests in the South Caucasus: from a Bystander to Perceived Interests

RECONCILIATION PROCESSES
Amir Azarvan
Historians’ Assessment of the Medz Yeghern: Is There a Scholarly Consensus?

CONFLICT RESOLUTION

Tigran Torosyan, Margarit Petrosyan
Comparative Analysis of Conflicts: Modeling Problems

 

 

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Three Stages, Three Groups and Three Paradigms of Post-Soviet Transformation

TIGRAN TOROSYAN
Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences
HAYK SUKIASYAN
Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences
Two decades after the start of post-Soviet transformation, discussions on the theoretical grounds of that process are still ongoing. While a decade ago it was possible to unequivocally assert that it is not the continuation of the third wave of democratisation and that the theories and models of regime transitions, recorded before the collapse of the USSR, can only to a first approximation be applied to post-Soviet transformation study, later doubt was cast upon the existence of a general paradigm for the process. Nevertheless, several patterns are evident in the process, and the article views the modelling possibility of that exceptionally complex and multi-vector process.

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