Date of Birth: 06/04/1931
Place of birth: Tiflis (Tbilisi)
picE.A. Ivanyan born June 4, 1931 in Tiflis (Tbilisi), Georgia. After graduating with a silver medal of the 14th male high school he entered the Moscow State Institute of International Relations, where he graduated in 1954. In 1955, he was hired by the Department of External Relations of the Ministry of Culture of the USSR as an inspector (referent). In 1957 he was appointed Deputy Head, then Head of the Department (sector) of the countries of Western Europe and America Department (the Department) of the Ministry of External Relations and as such participated actively in the establishment and development of cultural exchange between the USSR and the USA. In 1960 he was transferred to work in the Americas Division of the USSR Ministry of Foreign Affairs as a second secretary. In 1961 he was sent to long-term foreign business trip in the US, where he worked until the fall of 1964 as a spokesman of the Office of Public Information of the Secretariat of the United Nations in New York. Taking a sabbatical, EA Ivanyan returned to Moscow, where he began work on a master`s thesis, continuing to work in the USSR Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the Department of printing. In 1965 he successfully defended his thesis for the degree of Candidate of Historical Sciences in MGIMO and then in February 1966 went to the long-term foreign business trip to Switzerland as a spokesman of the Department of the Secretariat of the United Nations in Geneva, where he worked until September 1971 on his return, in October of the same year, EA Ivanyan was recruited in the United States Institute (later the Institute of USA and Canada), Academy of Sciences of the USSR (now the Russian Academy of Sciences) as the head of a sector of public opinion of the United States. Over the past years ever since he served as head of the laboratory, scientific secretary, head of the department. Since 2006, the chief researcher of the Institute. In 1978 he successfully defended his thesis for the degree of Doctor of Historical Sciences. In 1988, for his great contribution to the development of the Soviet science of international relations and training of highly qualified personnel, he was awarded the Order of Friendship of Peoples, and in 1990 he was awarded the title of professor. In 1998 he was appointed chief editor of "USA: economics, politics, ideology" (now "The United States ? Canada: Economics, Politics Culture") and hold office at the moment, in 1999 for his services to science activities he was awarded the honorary title of Honored worker of science of the Russian Federation. EA Ivanyan is the author and co-author of approx. 60 monographs and books published in 11 languages ??with a total circulation of more than 3 million copies, as well as dozens of articles. He is also the executive editor of a large number of copyright and collective monographs. In those belonging to him personally copyright works may be mentioned monograph "The White House: Presidents and Politics" (1972. 1979), which was published in 8 languages, "Hawks War" (1984), "Life on the foreheads" (1989), " Ronald Reagan; Chronicle of Life and Time "(1991)," From George Washington to George W. Bush White House and the press "(1991)," Madeleine Albright; Political Portrait "(2000), a textbook" History of the United States "(2004, 2006)," A Reader. History of the United States "(2005). He is the managing editor of the encyclopedic reference book "Contemporary United States of America" ??(1988), co-author of the Anglo-Russian Encyclopedic Dictionary "Americana" (1996), author-compiler of "The Encyclopedia of Russian-American relations, XVIII-XX centuries." (2001), a collection of " inaugural speech of US presidents "(2001). Under his scientific editorship and with a foreword by his monograph D. Horowitz and P. Collier "Clan Kennedy" (1988), E. Pessi "The myth of the log cabin" (1988) He translated into Russian and was the author of historical commentary and epilogue to the book of John F. Kennedy`s "Profiles in Courage" (2005), scientific editor of the book D. Rockefeller "Banker to the XX century." (2003). In 2007, there were two new monograph EA Ivanyan "At the root of the Soviet-American relations" (Moscow: International Relations, 2007. - 365 p.) And "When the guns are silent: the history of Russian-American cultural relations" (Moscow: International Relations, 2007. - 432 p.) . In 1995-1998. EA Ivanyan was president of the Moscow branch of the international organization "People that PEOPLE, International". He is a member of the Union of Journalists of Russia (since 1963), member of the International Informatization Academy (1996).