Azerbaijan’s mixed oil blessings has it struggling to balance Eastern and Western paternalism by Tor Harald Monsen and Seymur Selimov Azerbaijan has through the last decade been mainly associated with two things: oil and unresolved, historical ethnic conflicts. Russia on the one side and the United States and Turkey on the other are competing for […]

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