Armenian Ambassador discusses his book
British Diplomacy and the Armenian Question:1830-1914
Event Date: October 30, 2003
Arman J. Kirakossian, ambassador of the Republic of Armenia in the United
States, discussed his book, “British Diplomacy and the Armenian Question: 1830-1914,”
(Gomidas Institute, 2003), Thursday, Oct. 30, at the Library of Congress.
Kirakossian was appointed Armenian ambassador to the United States in 1999. Previously,
he was Armenia’s ambassador to Greece, where he was dean of the diplomatic corps. In the
early 1990s, he was first deputy foreign minister of Armenia and the acting minister of foreign affairs.
Kirakossian is the author of “The Armenian Question on the Pages of British Magazines,”
“English Policy Towards Western Armenia and Public Opinion in Great Britain: 1890-1900,”
“The Policy of England on the Armenian Question and the Spectator Weekly: 1890-1896”
and many other books and academic publications.
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