A Narrative of Peace: Ethnic Armenian-Azeri Coexistence in Georgia
Despite the war in Karabakh, Georgia plays host to a number of Azerbaijani - Armenian settlements where cohabitation and tolerance take precedence over the war. This narrative, however, is often shunned in favor of one of ...
Security Service Threatens Imprisoned Opposition Member With Longer Term
Civic movement NIDA member Ilkin Rustamzadeh has often testified to the use of pressure against him while in Correctional Facility No. 13 over the past four years.
Azerbaijan May Entirely Lose USAID Funding
The United States are significantly reducing foreign aid to developing countries through USAID (US Agency for International Development), reports Foreign Policy referencing the recently-released 15-page draft budget of the State Department.
World Bank: "Current policies do not contribute to relieving poverty"
The World Bank has updated its Country Snapshot report on Azerbaijan.
Azerbaijani Shipping Trucks Continue to Disappear in Ukraine
The Azerbaijani embassy in Ukraine says the Ukrainian police have taken a serious interest into the matter of disappearing Azerbaijani cargo trucks.
Currency Exchange Points to Reopen?
Amendments to the law "On Currency Regulation" will be considered in the Azerbaijani parliament on April 25.
Closer Ties With Arab World, a More Complicated Foreign Policy for Baku
The Middle East is the hottest point on the planet. And given that this year in Azerbaijan is the year of Islamic Solidarity, things are about to get a little warmer in Baku as well.
Italian Court Temporarily Freezes Construction of TAP Pipeline in Southern Italy
A Lazio Region (Italy) court has temporarily blocked the removal of olive trees in the southern city of Melendugno that may host the first stretches of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP).
Worst Still Ahead for Azerbaijani Banking Sector
The number of banks will continue to drastically decrease in Azerbaijan, Moody's Investors Service Vice President Maria Malyukova told APA.
Azerbaijan-Iran Relations: 'Brotherly', But Tense
Azerbaijani-Iranian relations can be characterized by their particularity, even by the standards of the multifaceted and colorful region of the South Caucasus.