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Chaired by [[Hrach Gregorian]]<ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hrach_Gregorian Hrach Gregorian in Wikipedia]</ref>, the Institute of World Affairs  
 
Chaired by [[Hrach Gregorian]]<ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hrach_Gregorian Hrach Gregorian in Wikipedia]</ref>, the Institute of World Affairs  
 
a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization working across cultural and political boundaries to advance creative approaches to conflict analysis, conflict management, and post-conflict peace-building has been a leading voice in international relations research, instruction and applied programming for over 80 years, the Institute of World Affairs .  
 
a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization working across cultural and political boundaries to advance creative approaches to conflict analysis, conflict management, and post-conflict peace-building has been a leading voice in international relations research, instruction and applied programming for over 80 years, the Institute of World Affairs .  
  
  
[[Technology For Peace]] was a project envisioned and implemented in collaboration.
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[[Technology for Peace]] was a project envisioned and implemented by  [[Hrach Gregorian]] at the time President of the Institute in collaboration with [[Yiannis Laouris]] and [[Harry Anastasiou]].
  
 
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Chaired by Hrach Gregorian[1], the Institute of World Affairs a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization working across cultural and political boundaries to advance creative approaches to conflict analysis, conflict management, and post-conflict peace-building has been a leading voice in international relations research, instruction and applied programming for over 80 years, the Institute of World Affairs .


Technology for Peace was a project envisioned and implemented by Hrach Gregorian at the time President of the Institute in collaboration with Yiannis Laouris and Harry Anastasiou.

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