by Fariz Ismailzade and Jason Pellmar Azeris and foreigners alike looked upon 1998 as the year in which the main sources of contention in Azerbaijan would be resolved: that is, the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh and the route of the main oil export pipeline. Unfortunately, no progress was made in resolving either problem. No-one was more […]

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