15 January 1998 Former Azerbaijani President Abulfaz Ekhibey was anything but reserved upon his recent return to Baku after fleeing an insurrection four years ago. Released from internal exile by President Heidar Aliev, he was quick to criticize his successor, deals made with Western oil companies, and any contemplated Azerbaijani compromise on Nagorno-Karabakh-even linking a […]

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