By Felipe van Deursen
Xanegah, Culfa, Azerbaijan
When a small country is geographically situated at the transition between the two continents that were the cradle of most of the great empires and the scene of more than 70%* of the greatest wars and major human atrocities produced in history, we can be sure that such a country has had a rough time.
Azerbaijan lies in the Caucasus Mountains on the shores of the Caspian Sea, where the easternmost part of Europe meets the westernmost part of . . .