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Arif Yunusov’s Comment on Susanna Barseghyan’s Article “The Perceptions of the “Enemy’s Image” in Armenia”                                                                                     The article under review is devoted to a very important and relevant topic - the perception of the "image of the enemy" in Armenia. The author rightly points out that the "image of the enemy" has always emerged and has been exploited in conflicts and crises since ancient times. This is a universal political tool that allows unifying people/the nation in such conditions, which at the same time has negative consequences.

Stereotypes and the “image of the enemy” in Azerbaijan

Arif Yunusov, Institute of Peace and Democracy of Azerbaijan

One of the factors hindering the settlement of the Karabakh conflict is the numerous stereotypes and myths in the Armenian-Azerbaijani relations. On the one hand, their occurrence and wide distribution is essentially objective, because they are a natural result of all modern conflicts, especially for the ones on ethnic or religious grounds. At the same time, the emergence of certain myths and stereotypes is often based on subjective factors associated with the history of the construction of the national state.

The Perceptions of the “Enemy’s Image” in Armenia

SyuzannaBarseghyan, The Armenian Institute of International and Security Affairs

The use of the enemy’s image as soft power is a political practice, established ever since the ancient times, the significance of which is especially heightened in various crises, domestic, interstate and interethnic conflicts, and is based on streotypes in mass ethnic consciousness, as a mechanism of identifying “the others” and defending oneself from the latter.

Compulsory Health Insurance is a Social Project, Based on the Principles of Solidarity

Vasif Ismail, MD, Lecturer at Medical University of Azerbaijan

- How do you assess the state of healthcare in the country? Can you, please, describe the recent achievements of healthcare in the country? How effective is communication and collaboration with the medical organizations of other countries and the WHO?

Healthcare in Azerbaijan is ineffective in my opinion. It is true there has been a serious development in the range and quality of medical services. Many hospitals and clinics have been built in Baku and even in the regions. However, despite the strengthening of workforce capacity, medical services do not yet meet the needs and the requirements of the people.

Mandatory Health Insurance Is a Necessity for Armenia

Marianna Koshkakaryan, MD., MPH

- How do you assess the state of healthcare in the country? Can you, please, describe the recent achievements of healthcare in the country? How effective is communication and collaboration with the medical organizations of other countries and the WHO?

We Need Measures to Protect the Nation’s Gene Pool

Adil Qeybulla, MA at CityHospital Clinic, Independent Health Expert

- How do you assess the state of healthcare in the country? Can you, please, describe the recent achievements of healthcare in the country? How effective is communication and collaboration with the medical organizations of other countries and the WHO?

The state of healthcare in Azerbaijan cannot be compared with that in the West, because our reforms have not been fully implemented. The most important thing is that there is no differentiation of healthcare ownership forms: state, municipal and private. All types of insurance should be studied and applied individually, taking into account the specifics of Azerbaijan.

Over the Past Year, Evolutionary Changes have Taken Place in a Number of Areas of Armenia’s Healthcare

David Sahakyan, Head of Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery Service, Erebuni Medical Center

- How do you assess the state of healthcare in the country? Can you, please, describe the recent achievements of healthcare in the country? How effective is communication and collaboration with the medical organizations of other countries and the WHO?

The state of healthcare in Armenia is, in principle, satisfactory. Although, of course, there are many aspects which we still need to be addressed. The majority of the problems in our field, in principle, are being solved at the moment, but there are a lot of areas requiring financial investments and young specialists.

The Right to Property is not Guaranteed in Azerbaijan

Samed Rahimli, lawyer

- What is the situation with violations of property rights like in Azerbaijan today and is there any difference compared with the past?

What Do Armenian Media Write about Azerbaijan?

Shahin Hajiyev, Editor, Turan Agency

Comments on the articles

Shahin Hajiyev’s comment on Gegham Baghdasaryan’s article: "Azerbaijani Journalists and Media about Armenia and Armenians"

On the "Analysis" by the Analyst

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