by Elin Suleymanov The figure of President Heydar Aliev continued to be the dominant feature of Azerbaijan’s political landscape in 1997, Aliev’s fourth year in office. While Aliev strengthened his position, the year saw further confusion among the opposition parties. Meanwhile, an active, western-oriented and oil-driven foreign policy activity was aimed at building alliances both […]

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