The article analyses the main trends of the memory politics in contemporary Azerbaijan. The author focuses on the specifics of the memorialisation of the events and heroes of the 'First Republic' (1918-1920); the events of January 1990 as the most important site of memory; the personality cult of the previous president Heydar Aliyev; and the memory politics with regard to the Karabakh conflict, including the commemoration of the Second Karabakh War (autumn 2020) unfolding in front of our eyes.
In this book Lela Rekhviashvili tells a story of the struggle over Rioni river valley in western Georgia, in particular the detailed history of the anti-dam movement that took place between November
2020 and July 2021.
"Women in Medicine" – is the name of the project, which aspires to compile Georgian printed periodical publications of the second half of the XIX century ("Droeba," "Iveria," "Tsnobis Purtseli") and to collect archival materials on women's contribution to the healthcare affairs.
This publication can be useful for students, academics and researchers working on the interconnection between Georgia’s internal and foreign politics, as well as Georgia-Russia relations. It aims to conduct a sober analysis of Georgia-Russia relations and the non-ideological perceptions the two have of each other.
This is a publication of materials, a small selection of the papers presented by researchers and activists at the International Conference – Manifold Angles of Gender: Looking through a Magnifying Glass, organized and hosted by the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation.