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Anna
Last
Ohanyan
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Position/Title
Richard B. Finnegan Distinguished Professor of International Relations
Area of expertise

region-building in conflict areas, regionalism and conflict management, regional international organizations, international organizations, global and regional governance in conflict areas, NGOs, global policy transfer, South Caucasus, Western Balkans, regionalism in Africa, Central America and Southeast Asia

Policy Area

conflict management, peace processes in post-Communist conflict areas, South Caucasus, Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, region-building in conflict areas, peace education, network governance

Teaching

International Organizations

Conflict Management

International Political Economy

Regional Orders and Disorders

Comparative Politics

Recent Publications

Book: “Networked Regionalism as Conflict Management” (Stanford University Press, 2015)

Articles:

“On Networks, International Organizations, and Institutional Hegemony” Journal of International Organizations Studies 6, 1 (2015)

“Network Institutionalism: A New Synthesis for NGO Studies” in The NGO Challenge for International Relations Theory, edited by William DeMars and Dennis Dijkzeul. Routledge, 2015.

“Transfer up or down? Dialogue groups between Turkish and Armenian communities in the United States,” Conflict Resolution Quarterly 29, 4 (2012): 433-460

 “Network Institutionalism and NGO Studies,” International Studies Perspectives, 13 (2012): 366-389.

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