Arzu Geybulla is a freelance writer originally from Azerbaijan, currently based in Istanbul.
Opinion | We are a generation of war
Does loving one’s homeland mean to support war and to shut up about the violation of human rights?
Opinion | Azerbaijan’s COVID-19 response: anything but adequate
By using the pandemic as cover to increase repression, Azerbaijani authorities have failed in their most basic duties.
Opinion | The killing of women in Azerbaijan is a product of our society
To tackle the scourge of domestic violence we need to go to the root of the problem — the societal norms underpinning the violence.
Opinion | Cosmetic touch-ups won’t break Azerbaijan’s cycle of crisis
The Azerbaijani government must address the underlying issues instead of buying time with nonsolutions.
Opinion | A suicide that shook Azerbaijan
Despite outrage at the handling of a teen’s suicide, it is yet to be seen if real changes will be made to tackle the roots of the problem.
Opinion | A plea, a protest, and a good president: cosmetic changes in a cosmetic country
A government U-turn in Azerbaijan on compensation for war victims and other concessions are only cosmetic changes to a country filled with injustice.