Culture & Life

Science can create Lasting Peace and Prosperity in the South Caucasus

By Stepan Nikolayevich Godina, Arlene J. Schar and Dr. David Leffler For decades domestic instability and insurgency have arisen from sectarian and regional conflicts, migration, and poverty; preventing lasting comprehensive peace from taking hold in the South Caucasus. The cultural differences among peoples

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Covid-19 has Tested Azerbaijan’s Education System…

Like in the rest of the world, Covid-19 has also tested Azerbaijan’s education system. We turned to an education expert, senior lecturer Ilham Ahmadov for a comment on the existing problems of this sector, ways out of them and other

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Razin – A Mysterious History and Ecological Tourism!

By Samir Dubendi, Executive Director, AzETA. It is old and eternally young! These words from the famous song of Muslim Magomaev are the best description of Baku city the capital of Azerbaijan. Baku is a city with a rich history,

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ART OF A SECOND WIND

By Hikmet Aydinoghlu BAKU MARIONETTE THEATRE It can be stated for sure that Baku Marionette Theatre (BMT) is popular not only as a wonderful phenomenon of theatrical life, but also as a multifaceted cast of the modern culture in whole,

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Natural Monument

Natural monuments on the territory of Azerbaijani Republic are specific and well-preserved small areas of most typical landscapes, scenic corners of special aesthetic value, definite areas with endemic, relic and disappearing fauna, aged trees, examples of horticultural art, waterfalls, caves,

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…THE TRUTH STANDS OUT CLEARLY FROM FALSEHOOD…

Strive, then, to excel each other in good deeds[5:48] By Hikmet Aydinoghlu THE CORE & ITS SHELL – FAITH & CANON While reading the Qur’an you cannot avoid from noticing the essence, the noble core of Islam. The Qur’an clearly

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Improvisions of Reality…

By Professor Ziyadxan Aliyev, Honored Art Worker of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Doctor of Philosophy in Art History There are such creators in the fine arts of modern Azerbaijan that even their names generate a good mood for those who

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Hippocratic Oath – Conscience and Talent

Since the old times, physicians have been guided by the high ethical norm: “Non nocere!” that is first, do no harm to the life, health or rest of the patient! Respect for life and personality of a patient is the

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The Orient is Known for its Delicacy

By Lala Bagirzadeh In Baku, conventional New Year’s celebration has taken place on the 31 December since the old Soviet days. And as such, the New Year holidays are hardly known for an abundance of snowfall or freezing cold weather.

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Reza Deghati

By Guivami Rahimli, PhD Reza Deghati, an Azerbaijani-Iranian born (Tabriz, 1952) photojournalist is today one of the best-known photojournalists in the world.REZA, as he is widely known, lives to shoot another day. No stranger to conflict, Reza brings image after

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