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Similar Economies and Different Human Factors

After Azerbaijan signed die first oil agreement with foreign companies (the PSA on the development of the Azeri-Chiraq- Gunashli fields) in September 1994, discussions began both inside and outside the country: what sort of path of future development will the

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The Founder of Azerbaijan Independence: Heydar Aliyev

By Rovshan Pashazadeh Individuals and statesmen create history — historians write it. The life of Heydar Aliyev covers more than half of the Azerbaijan Republic’s history, beginning in 1918, when the first Azerbaijani Republic was established. Each page of the

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Article for Maxime Mardoukhaev

By Richard Schlesinger On a dusty road leading out of the mountains, a hundred or so villagers form a caravan leading horse-drawn carts laden with their belongings. In the distance, the sound of artillery blasts, the acrid smell of gunpowder,

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Trans Adriatic Pipeline: The Missing Link in the Southern Gas Corridor

Azerbaijan Today’s interview with Kjetil Tungland, Managing Director of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline AT: The background to the TAP (Trans Adriatic Pipeline): why the need and what are the benefits? Europe has in the last couple of years repeatedly expressed

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Switzerland Holds a Unique Political System and Our System Came from The Influence of Our History

An interview with Ms Sabine Ulman Shaban, Ambassador of the Switserland to Azerbaijan AT: This year marks the 20th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Switzerland and Azerbaijan. Are you satisfied with the level of political and economic

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Azerbaijan Contributes to Energy Security in Europe, which is Also in Norway’s Interest

An interview with Mr. Espen Bath Eide, Foreign Minister of Norway. AT: After Azerbaijan regained its independence in 1991, the Kingdom of Norway was the first Nordic country to lay the foundations of diplomatic relations with Azerbaijan. What was the

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Meeting with the President Heydar Aliyev Bolstered My Interest in Promoting Azerbaijan Globally

By Jeffrey Werbock In May of 1997, I came to Azerbaijan to participate in the grand opening celebration / concert of their recently renovated Opera House.  On the last day of that hectic week of rehearsals, I was told that

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The Liberation of Our Occupied Lands Brought Us Unspeakable Joy!

By Tomris Azeri Rich with pride and patriotism, Azerbaijan’s national anthem has the power to unite our people, no matter where we live. Azerbaycan! Azerbaycan! Ey qehreman övladın şanlı Veteni! Sendən ötrü can vermeye cümlə hazırız! Azerbaijan! Azerbaijan! Cherished land

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The Discreet Keeper of Ancient Steel Secrets

The armour and weaponry were often symbols of status, wealth and power. The finest arms were made by master craftsmen working with leading silversmiths as well as with jewellers, whose work transformed utilitarian military equipment into courtly works of art.

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Energy is an Area in Which Azerbaijan and the EU Share a Mutual Interest

Rovshan Pashazadeh’s interview with Ambassador Roland KOBIA, Head of Delegation of the European Union to Azerbaijan A.T.: If there were not Nabucco on the agenda of European Union, how important player would be Azerbaijan in the energy policy of EU?

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