The Perceptions about Armenia's and Georgia's Policy towards each other among two states' youth. Myths and Reality.

This book reveals the perceptions of Armenian and Georgian Social Science graduate students about the two nations, as well as the policies of the two states toward each other, by analyzing focus group interviews. The joint conclusions and recommendations developed by the authors include recommendations for forming more accurate perceptions among young people in both states.

Political Science Association of Armenia / Center for Social Sciences / Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung - Yerevan, 2015.

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