Dr. Aram Terzyan holds the titles of Research Coordinator of Eurasia Institutes (EI) in the United States of America and Research Director of the Center for East European and Russian Studies (CEERS). His research focuses on Eastern European and Russian politics and societies, including but not limited to the issues of human rights and democracy. Prior to joining EI, Dr. Terzyan held research and teaching positions at Malmo University (2017-2018); Yerevan State University (2011-2018); Ghent University (2015-2016); UNESCO chair of Human Rights Democracy and European Studies of Brusov State University (2014-2017); New Europe College- Bucharest Institute for Advanced Studies (2012-2013), etc. He is an alumnus of Swedish Institute. He has authored over fifty peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, as well as policy papers.
Narek S. Galstyan
Dr. Narek Galstyan is the Research Coordinator of Eurasia Institutes (EI) in Armenia and Research Director of the Center for Eurasian and Central Asian Studies (CECAS). His research focuses on foreign policy behavior of small states, as well as on post-Soviet and European politics. Dr. Galstyan has authored over thirty peer-reviewed articles and book chapters.
Dr. Marine Kirakosyan is an Affiliated Researcher at the Center for East European and Russian Studies (CEERS). Her research focuses on self-determination conflicts, international territorial administration, democratization and humanitarian interventions. Dr. Kirakosyan has authored over twenty peer-reviewed articles and a book.
Nina Kolarzik is a research assistant at the Center for East European and Russian Studies. Her research focuses on peace and conflict studies in post-Soviet space.
Alena Kuzmich is an Affiliated Researcher at the Institute for Human Rights, Peace and Development (IHRPD). She is a doctoral candidate in Public International Law at Jagiellonian University, Poland. Her research focuses on the international legal status of de-facto regimes in post-Soviet space, human rights in post-Soviet countries, as well as on legal aspects of humanitarian interventions. Prior to joining EI, she held research positions at Ghent University (Belgium) and Yanka Kupala State University (Belarus). She is an alumna of the European Academy of Diplomacy.
Mr. Grigoryan is our Chief Technical Officer and In-House Information Security Expert of Eurasia Institutes. He brings a unique prespective and expertise from Microsoft and Hewlett Packard. With his Master's Degree in Physics and over 14 years experience working at the forefront of business and technology, he demonstrates the kind of flexibility, determination, and commitment to excellence that we strive at Eurasia Institutes.