11 September 2000 The detention of a leading opposition newspaper editor in Azerbaijan has provoked an uproar both at home and abroad. But it appears that President Heydar Aliyev is unconcerned by the scrutiny of his governing methods. Despite widespread criticism over the arrest, Aliyev’s administration remains intent on stifling opposition and ensuring favorable results […]

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