Azerbaijan

22 July 2016
Azeri Leader Asks for Greater Powers

Proposed constitutional amendments would strengthen president’s control over parliament, limit freedom of assembly and property rights.

 
20 July 2016
Anti-Gulen Campaign Spreads to Caucasus

Turkey’s massive crackdown on supporters of U.S.-based cleric is making waves in neighboring countries.

 
21 June 2016
Armenian, Azeri Presidents Discuss Karabakh With Putin

More OSCE observers may be sent to monitor situation weeks after more than 100 troops and civilians died in violent flare-up.

 
20 June 2016
Baku Scores Glitz Points for Inaugural F1 Race Premium

Government goes all out to make a good impression in the face of bad PR over human rights, tanking economy.

 
27 May 2016
Allegations of First Family Corruption in Azerbaijan Premium

OCCRP investigation accuses president of using the state to bail out his daughters’ mining failure.

 
25 May 2016
Jailed Azeri Journalist Ismayilova to Leave Prison Premium

Aliev regime has freed dozens of opposition figures and dissidents this year in an apparent attempt to assuage Western criticism.

 
17 May 2016
Presidents Meet Over Nagorno-Karabakh Premium
Soon after the presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan agree to continue peace talks, more killings take place on the frontline.
 
12 May 2016
TOL Region Still Tough Place for LGBTI Community Premium
Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland were dubbed the worst three EU countries for sexual minorities in newly released ranking, while Azerbaijan came in last in Europe.
 
3 May 2016
Recognition Math and the Status of Nagorno-Karabakh Premium

As tensions reached the boiling point in Nagorno-Karabakh last month, the breakaway region saw support from some unlikely allies: U.S. state governments.

By Ann Tsurtsumia-Zurabashvili
 
14 April 2016
Yerevan Protesters Denounce Russian Arms Sales to Azerbaijan Premium
Kremlin says it will continue to supply arms to both sides despite renewed fighting in breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh.
 

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