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A Soldier and Ballet Dancer
Razmik Marukyan is 19. Like most Armenian men his age, he is serving his mandatory two years of military service. But, unlike the other young men...
Bounded by Memories
After finishing household tasks, Armenian and Azerbaijani women used to sit together and drink tea and discuss things; that was their moment of...
Meet Arzu: Peace Agent Between Azerbaijan and Armenia
Veteran female peace activist Arzu Abdullayeva shares her experience implementing peacebuilding projects with colleagues from Armenia, as well as...
Azerbaijan: Thy Neighbor’s Keeper
The relationship between Gular’s family and her Armenian neighbors reflected the melting pot that was her overall neighborhood until the late...
Abkhazia: How Storytelling Keeps War Memories Alive
Seventeen-year-old Rustam doesn’t rely on textbooks to learn about one of the most brutal clashes after the breakup of the Soviet Union....
Nardaran: Still a Village Apart
It used to be public devotion to Shi’a Islam that made the Azerbaijani village of Nardaran seem to residents like their own “small...
The Pumpkins that Aren't Celebrated
Pumpkins are grown on every continent except Antarctica, and many cuisines, including Georgian, enjoy its rich and versatile flavor. Pumpkins are...
Azerbaijan: The Presence of War in Everyday Life
The unresolved status-quo deeply affects people’s lives on a daily basis - posters of war heroes are plastered on shops’ walls, maps...