Pamphlets on Nagorno-Karabagh, alphabetized first by author and then by title


ANCA Position Paper: Karabagh (Washington, D.C.: Armenian National Committee of America, Mar 26, 1992).

To the World Public Opinion... (Organization of Defense (DIFAI), 1993).

Adalian, Rouben (ed), Special Report on Armenia, Number 2, January 1994, The State of the Republic of Armenia: Levon Ter-Petrossian and Babken Ararktsian (Washington, D.C.: Armenian Assembly of America, January 1994) 11 pages.

Bargamian-Oshagan, Georgi-Ann, The Karabagh Crisis and the U.S. Media: An Analysis of Coverage During February & March of 1988 (Watertown, MA: Armenian National Committee-Eastern United States, 1988).

Barsamian, Anthony J., Self Determination in Armenia: How Perestroika and Glasnost is Affecting the Smallest Soviet Republic (Dec 16, 1988) 36 pages.

Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Implementation of the Helsinki Accords: Ethnic Violence in Trans-caucasaia (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, Mar 8, 1993) 123 pages.

Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Implementing the Helsinki Accords: The Nationalities Issue in the Soviet Union--The Limits of Reform (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing House, 1988) 55 pages.

Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Reform and Human Rights: The Gorbachev Record (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing House, 1988) 89 pages.

Dailey, Erika, Overview of Areas of Armed Conflict in the Former Soviet Union (New York, NY: Helsinki Watch, June 1992) 8 pages.

Davidian, David, The Armenian-Azeri Conflict (S.D.P.A. Center for Regional Studies, 1990).

Denber, Rachel Goldman, Robert , Bloodshed in the Caucasus: Escalation of the Armed Conflict in Nagorno Karabakh (New York, NY: Helsinki Watch, September 1992) 84 pages.

Denber, Rachel, Bloodshed in the Caucasus: Indiscriminate Bombing and Shelling by Azerbaijani Forces in Nagorno Karabakh (New York, NY: Helsinki Watch, July 1993) 24 pages.

Fitzpatrick, Catherine, News From the USSR (New York, NY: Helsinki Watch, May 1990) 20 pages.

Fuller, Elizabeth, New States, New Armies: Paramilitary Forces Dominate Fighting in Transcaucasia (RFE/RL Research Report on Transcaucasia, June 3, 1993).

Hunter, Shireen T., Transcaucasia in Transition: Nation-Building or a New Empire (Washington, D.C.: Center for Strategic and International Issues, 1994) 275 pages.

Libaridian, Gerard (ed), The Karabagh File, a supplement 4 pages.

Maresca, John J., War in the Caucasus: A Proposal for Settlement of the Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh (Washington, D.C.: United States Institute of Peace, 1994) 7 pages.

Martin, Glen M., Armenian History: Strife, Nationalism, and International Impact (Dec 5, 1991) 19 pages.

Medzorian, Eva, Nagorno-Karabagh: A Quest for Human Rights (Eva Medzorian, 1992).

Migdalovitz, Carol, Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict (Congressional Research Service, Sept 21, 1992) 14 pages. Mooradian, Moorad, Terrorists Speak: Interviews with ASALA Members (1994) 59 pages.

Organizating Committee, Report of an International Delegation from the First International Andrei Sakharov Memorial Congress to Armenia and Azerbaijan, May 25-31, 1991 (Moscow: Andrei Sakharov Memorial Congress, 1991).

Ourlian, Robert, Soviets, Azeris wage war against Armenian villages (Detroit: Detroit News, np) 3 pages.

Papazian, Dennis R., Nagorno-Karabag: A Case Study in Perestroika (Dearborn, MI: Armenian Research Center, Nov 14, 1990) 16 pages.

Parsigian, Elise, Glasnost and U.S. News: The Nagorno-Karabagh Conflict (Dearborn, MI: Center for Armenian Research, Studies and Publication, May 21-25, 1992).

Rosenblum, Mort, Against all odds, Armenian army keeps fighting ( Associated Press, Sept 4, 1991) 3 pages.

Rosenblum, Mort, Armenians describe terror of conflict with Azerbaijan ( Associated Press, Sept 3, 1991) 3 pages.

Staff of the CSCE, Helsinki 1992 CSCE (: Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, 1992) 55 pages.

Staff of the CSCE, Nagorno-Karabakh (Washington, D.C.: Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, July 1994) 26 pages.