4914>by Fariz Ismailzade and Jason Pellmar The year of 1999 began with President Heydar Aliyev falling ill. The unexpected two-week bronchitis treatment of President Aliyev in Turkey raised a number of questions, including uncertainties over leadership succession and the political stability of the republic and of the Caucasus as a whole. These all reflected on […]

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