PhD (The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies - IHEID)
Faculty, International Communications and Journalism, Political Systems, Soviet/Post-Soviet area studies
Cheterian, V. (2013). From Perestroika to Rainbow Revolutions: Reform and Revolution after Socialism (London: C. Hurst & Co. Publishers), pp. 288.
Cheterian, V. (2015). Open Wounds: Armenians, Turks, and a Century of Genocide (London: C. Hurst & Co. Publishers/New York: Oxford University Press USA), pp. 393.
Cheterian V. (2021),Evolution of Salafi-Jihadism, From Afghan Arabs to the Islamic State. Springer Handbook of Security Science
Cheterian V. (2021), Framing Sectarianism in the Middle East. Journal of Historical Sociology
Cheterian V. (2021), Armenia and Azerbaijan. Anatomy of a Rivalry. Europe-Asia Studies, Volume 73, No. 3, pp. 600-601
Cheterian V. (2018). "The Uses and Abuses of History: Genocide and the Making of the Karabakh Conflict."Europe-Asia Studies, 70(6), pp. 884-903.
Cheterian V. (2017). « Confessionnalisme et conflits au Moyen-Orient – Une perspective de longue durée.
Cheterian, V. (2017). "The Last Closed Border of the Cold War: Turkey–Armenia," Journal of Borderlands Studies, Volume 32 (forthcoming), 20 pages. » Relations Internationales, Volume 4, Numéro 172. pp. 115-126.
Cheterian, V. (2015). “ISIS and the killing fields of the Middle East,” Survival, Vol. 57, No. 2, pp. 105-118.
Chapters in Edited Volumes
Cheterian V. (2018). "Turkey in 2017: A Focus on the Kurdish Question and Military Formations in Middle-Eastern Battlefields.” In: Annyssa Bellal (ed.) The War Report 2017, Armed Conflicts in 2017, Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, Geneva, pp. 134-144.