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Never-ending Story of the Caspian: Legal Status, Astrakhan Summit and not only


The history of legal status of the Caspian is not a new issue, as it laid down in normative agenda of littoral states since Soviet era, even before the Soviet Union. 2,179 more words


Breakfast in Besiktas

As the bus drove over the Bosphorus on the cusp of Europe and Asia I twisted and marvelled at the deeply orange haze hovering behind the grand old city of Istanbul, with its silhouettes of mosques and minarets, museums and many-faced town houses and windy little streets. 402 more words



Based on the multiplicity and pliability of personality in relation to social interaction.

When I met you, my mask was slightly askew,
Remnants of earlier interactions still… 59 more words


Legal knot in the Caspian Sea: Hard to Untie

When Vladimir Putin called the collapse of the Soviet Unions as a biggest geopolitical catastrophe, he meant a lot. Therefore, when Putin first came to power, he tried restore Russia’s lost image and political strength in order to carry out ‘therapy for geopolitical catastrophe’. 1,406 more words


Prince Caspian, by C. S. Lewis - review

Book name: Prince Caspian
Author: C. S. Lewis
Publication year: 1951
Genre: Fantasy, Christian

In the event that you as of late viewed the exceptionally prominent Disney motion picture “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”, you may be mindful that C. 395 more words

Coromandel Peninsula

And so the adventure begins!  I kicked off my two week holiday break with a weekend trip to the Coromandel.  This is a peninsula here on the North Island, only few hours from AKL.   453 more words

Holiday Break

The Last Days of Summer

Akshin looked visibly worried as we parted company at the Heydar Aliyev International Airport in Baku – “You are coming back, right?”

“Yes! Of course!” I assured him before it dawned on me that Baku has become somewhat of a home over the last few months and I’ve made more connections, had more responsibility and taken a portfolio’s worth more photos than I did throughout the previous year in London. 669 more words