Armenian-Azerbaijani Coexistence: The Mirzoevka Phenomenon

by Sasun Khachatryan

Maharam Mamedov has a good command of the Armenian language and knows Armenian literature and history quite well. But he is not an Armenian. Mamedov, 64, belongs to one of the ethnic Azerbaijani families who, since the early 20th century, together with Armenians, Georgians, and Assyrians have been living peacefully in […]

Bribery in Education

by Shushanik Karapetyan

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.


Life is full of problems. Everything about it has its own issues that need to be dealt with. Health, education, social assistance, democracy, freedom of expression are only some of the very few elements of […]