Tatul Hakobyan

Tatul Hakobyan (Armenian: Թաթուլ Հակոբյան; born December 29, 1969) is an Armenian reporter and an independent political analyst.[1][2]

Hakobyan in 2018

Early life and educationEdit

Hakobyan was born in the village of Dovegh in northeastern Armenia, near the hostile border with Azerbaijan.[3] He attended the Yerevan State University and graduated from the Journalism Department in 1995.[4]

CareerEdit

Hakobyan has formerly worked as a correspondent for the newspapers Yerkir (1998-2000), Azg (2000-06), Aztag (since 2005),[5] The Armenian Reporter (2008-9) and as a political observer on regional issues of Radiolur news program of Public Radio of Armenia (2004–08). Since 2009 he has been a reporter and an analyst at the independent Civilitas Foundation.[4][6]

Hakobyan has been the director of the Yerevan-based ANI Foundation for Armenian Studies (Հայկական ուսումնասիրությունների ԱՆԻ հիմնադրամ).[5][7]

Personal lifeEdit

Hakobyan is married with two sons. He speaks Armenian, Russian, English, and Spanish.[4]

PublicationsEdit

  • Կանաչ ու սև. արցախյան օրագիր [Green and black: Karabakh diary] (2008)
  • Հայացք Արարատից. հայերը և թուրքերը [View from Ararat: Armenians and Turks] (2012)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Guliyev, Emil; Harutyunyan, Mariam (7 May 2014). "Russia's Crimea move could reignite Karabakh conflict: analysts". Yahoo! News. Tatul Hakobyan, an independent analyst in Yerevan.
  2. ^ "Displacement and Status in the Nagorno Karabakh Conflict" (PDF). Chatham House. 21 November 2012. p. 2. Tatul Hakobyan (Reporter and Analyst, Civilitas Foundation, Armenia)
  3. ^ Sargsyan, Voskan. "Թաթուլ Հակոբյան. "Եթե գյուղացին մոլորվում է, ապա կարող է "մոլորվել" նաեւ ադրբեջանցի դիվերսանտը"". Aravot (in Armenian). Նոյեմբերյանի սահմանամերձ Դովեղ գյուղից սերված Թաթուլ Հակոբյանը...
  4. ^ a b c "HAKOBYAN Tatul". ypc.am. Yerevan Press Club.
  5. ^ a b "Journalist Tatul Hakobyan to Head Newly Formed ANI Foundation for Armenian Studies". Hetq. 2 January 2015.
  6. ^ Grigoryan, Marianna (5 January 2010). "Armenia: Yerevan Growing More Cautious on Reconciliation with Turkey". EurasiaNet. Tatul Hakobyan, an analyst at the Civilitas Foundation...
  7. ^ ԹԱԹՈՒԼ ՀԱԿՈԲՅԱՆ. "aniarc.am - ՀԱՅԿԱԿԱՆ ՈՒՍՈՒՄՆԱՍԻՐՈՒԹՅՈՒՆՆԵՐԻ ԱՆԻ ՀԻՄՆԱԴՐԱՄ". aniarc.am. Retrieved 3 October 2015.