Politics

Women Tend to Have Different Perspectives, other Issues, and other Ways of Working then Men

An interview with Mrs. Gerd-Liv Valla, former Minister of Justice and Police, and the first female resident of the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions (largest umbrella organization of labour unions in Norway). AT: Norway is associated with fish, oil and

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How I Was Turned Away from Nagorny Karabakh

By Artem Yefimov I as an admirer of Armenian temple architecture was mainly interested in ancient monasteries of Gandsasar and Dadivank in Nagorny Karabakh. My friend Max who had already been to Pridnestrovye, Southern Ossetia and Abkhazia as a photographer,

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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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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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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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Switzerland’s Stability is The Result of Its Political System Based on Federalism

By Rovshan Pashazadeh  An Interview with Mr Didier Burkhalter, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Switzerland.  AT: Minister, Switzerland has attracted people from all over the world for centuries. Your country is rightly regarded as one of the most stable

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Eu-Azerbajan Relations An Ever-closer Partnership for a Better Future

By José Manuel Barroso The European Union was built as a project of peace and reconciliation in the aftermath of the Second World War. The idea underpinning it was to change confrontation into cooperation and integration. And this dream has

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America Should Be Doing More to Bring About a Peaceful Resolution of Armenia’s Unlawful Occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh

Interview with Congress Mr. Michael E. McMahon of New York.AT: Dear Mr. McMahon, first of all, it would be interesting to know your opinion about US-Azerbaijani political relations. As a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on

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A Proud American with Azerbaijani heritage….

By Tomris Azeri, President of Azerbaijan Society of America (ASA).I am a proud American of Azerbaijani heritage. Immigrating to the Unites States with my family in 1963, I had the good fortune to be reared and educated here where I

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The Official Washington is a Strong Supporter of the Southern Gas Corridor

An interview with Mr Richard Morningstar, US Ambassador to Azerbaijan. AT: Mr Morningstar, first of all, it would be interesting to know your opinion about US-Azerbaijani political relations.What is the state of the relations between the two countries under changing

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