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Intercultural Dialogue in the Foreign Policy of Azerbaijan Republic

Author: Habil Nurkisi o. Mamiedow
Year of publication: 2012
Source: Show
Pages: 217-224
DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/npw2012113
PDF: npw/02/npw2012113.pdf

The article is devoted to analysis of the role and place of intercultural dialogue in contemporary international relations, as well as a place of cultural dialogue in the foreign policy of Azerbaijan Republic. Dialogue between cultures, the oldest and most fundamental mode of democratic conversation, is an antidote to rejection and violence. Azerbaijan is a place where uniting different cultures and civilizations being situated at the crossroad between the East and the West, the North and the South. Our culture has been manifested with the values of Islamic and western societies for centuries. Today the Republic of Azerbaijan is committed to intercultural dialogue and cooperation, and strives to be an integral part of the developing world. World Forum on Intercultural dialogue on 7–9 April, 2011 in Baku is organized in the framework of the Baku process launched at the Conference of Ministers responsible for Culture in Europe and its neighbouring regions (December, 2008). The aim of the “Baku process” is to establish a platform in which todays challenges can be discussed in the spirit of intercultural dialogue and universal values.

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