Emil Ordukhanyan (PhD in Political Science, Associate Professor) is the founder of the Armenian Political Science Website.
In 2001-2006 he studied and graduated from the Faculty of Foreign Languages, then the Faculty of Linguistics and Intercultural Communication of Yerevan State Linguistic University after V. Bryusov, and was qualified as specialist of French and Political Science.
In 2006-2008 he studied as a post graduate student in the Department of Political Science at the Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Law of National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia.
In 2009 he defended his dissertation and received a PhD degree in Political Science. In 2008-2009 he worked as a Senior Assistant in the Department of Political Science at the Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Law of NAS RA, from June 2009 till March 2014 he worked as Scientific Secretary of the same Institute. Now he works as Senior Researcher at the Department of Political Science in the Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Law of NAS RA.
In 2008-2010 he was the Scientific Secretary of the 062 Scientific Board on ”Sociology and Political Science” of Higher Attestation Commission of the Republic of Armenia.
He also teaches at UNESCO Chair on Human Rights, Democracy and European Studies in Yerevan State University of Languages and Social Sciences, at Chair of Theory and History of Political Science in Yerevan State University, at Chair of Political Science in International Scientific-Educational Center of National Academy of Science of Armenia.
He is a member of Midwest Political Science Association (USA).
He is a member of International Political Science Association (Canada).
He is author of five monographs, several scientific articles and publications.
Ordukhanyan E. Power and Opposition: Analysis of Political Discourse, Yerevan, Limoush, 2010, 228 pages /In Armenian/
Ordukhanyan E., Sukiasyan H. The Features of Political Culture in Armenia, Yerevan, Lusabats, 2012, 94 pages /In Armenian/
Shirinyan L., Ordukhanyan E., Sukiasyan H. Geopolitical Context of The Armenian Genocide and Evolution of The Armenian Question, Yerevan, Gitutyun, 2016, 135 pages
Ordukhanyan E. Handbook of Political Discourse, Yerevan, Limoush, 2016, 110 pages /In Armenian/
Ordukhanyan E., Sukiasyan H. Handbook of Political Science, 2016, 248 pages /In Armenian/