The Armenian Institute of International and Security Affairs (AIISA) publishes topical reports & research papers, briefing papers & articles, books & yearbooks on regular bases, targeted at decisionmakers in policy, government, business, and academia.
AIISA Research Paper & Topical Report
AIISA research papers are factual, objective surveys on topical issues combined with interpretive analyses of existing sources and selected evidences to answer a research question.
Based on impartial factual circumstances for unfolded/unfolding events, AIISA topical reports cover in-depth and comprehensive analyses of particular developments or situations, and offer thorough policy recommendations for policy-makers.
AIISA Briefing Paper & Article
AIISA briefing papers are concise, well-organized summaries on topical issues, identifying significant aspects and implications, and providing relevant information, the most salient facts and solutions on them for policy-makers and others.
AIISA Event Report & Press Release
AIISA Event Reports are brief summaries of the main points and conclusions of an AIISA event—Round Table & Seminar, Research Colloquium & Lecture Series, Conference & Forum, Corporate & Individual Members Events, Leadership Academy, Press Conference & Briefing.
The reports are produced by AIISA events team and reflect rapporteurs’ personal interpretations of the proceedings – as such they do not constitute any institutional policy of AIISA nor do they necessarily represent the views of the rapporteur.
AIISA Book & Yearbook
Whether alone or jointly the AIISA publishes books—monographs or edited volumes.
AIISA Databases, Conflict Charts & Risk assesments
For particular topical issues, relationships and conflicts the AIISA provides constantly updating detailed and comprehensive databases, conflict charts and security risk assessments.
AIISA Journal & Newsletter
The Institute also produces the Armenian Journal of Foreign and Security Affairs and the AIISA Newsletter.
The AIISA publications are sorted chronologically with the most recent at the top. They can also be browsed by type or subject, author and date.