30 July 2003 Azerbaijan’s recent decision to allow refugees to attend public schools marks a subtle change in a domestic policy with significant regional political ramifications. The decision came after UNHCR’s office in Baku convinced Azerbaijani officials that the new policy was in the country’s best interest. The international organization also pledged to help remodel […]

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