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Armenian Author Tatul Hakobyan’s East Coast Book Tour Kicks Off in Florida

Tatul Hakobyan presents in Boca Raton, FL. July 6, 2021.

BOCA RATON, FL – On July 6, 2021, renown independent journalist and author from Armenia Tatul Hakobyan kicked off his East Coast book tour with an luncheon hosted by FLArmenians.com at Abe & Louie’s Boca Raton.

Hakobyan presented “Elections in Armenia: What’s Next” and engaged with the audience in a followup Q&A session. He also presented three of his insightful books, Valley of Death, Karabakh Diary: Green and Black, and Armenians and Turks.

Later in the evening of July 6, Hakobyan continued his book tour and presented at Soorp Haroutiun Armenian Church in Orlando, FL. The next day, July 7, Hakobyan visited Jacksonville, FL where he concluded the first leg of his East Coast book tour.

Hakobyan is set to visit Atlanta, GA, Charlotte, NC, Washington, DC, and Hartford, CT in the coming weeks.

Armenian Author Tatul Hakobyan Book Tour Coming to Jacksonville

VIDEO: A Master Plan? Russo-Azeri Strategy for Armenian Pacification

FAIRLAWN, NEW JERSEY – On Wednesday, June 30, National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) hosted a webinar with expert analysts Lilit Gevorgyan and Armen Kharazian, entitled “A Master Plan? Russo-Azeri Strategy for Armenian Pacification.”

The analysts discusses the shifting sands of Armenia’s defense architecture, the logic and driving factors of Russia’s realignment with Azerbaijani state-building and economic regional initiatives, the foundation and impact of a shared Russo-Azeri vision that is unfolding in real time to achieve far-reaching objectives, continued Russian and Azeri challenges to post-war sovereignty in Artsakh and the Republic of Armenia, and much more.

This event was co-sponsored by the following organizations: Ararat-Eskijian Museum Armenian Bar Association; Armenian Democratic Liberal Party/Ramgavars; Armenian Network of America-Greater NY; Daughters of Vartan-Sahaganoush Otyag; Justice Armenia; Knights of Vartan-Bakradouny Lodge; National Association for Armenian Studies and Research NAASR / Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Lecture Series on Contemporary Armenian Issues; and St. Leon Armenian Church.