This time, it’s not in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
A new pipeline connects Azerbaijan to Europe. What does it mean for the countries along the route?
The European Commission calls for partnerships with Caspian Sea states to lessen dependence on Russia.
The Caucasus nation insists it won’t let its territory be used for an attack on Iran.
Azerbaijan has to start thinking beyond oil partnership and develop alternative energies.
The shimmering Nagorno-Karabakh conflict threatens to upset the regional balance of power.
Despite tension in the region over Iran’s nuclear program, an Azerbaijani-Israeli weapons deal has little to do with it.
In another blow to Russian energy politics, the two nations agreed to supply European markets with Caspian Sea gas.
Azerbaijan has to decide whether to exploit the Nabucco route or deliver to the countries of southeastern Europe.
Iran and Russia try to hamper Azerbaijan’s gas exploitation in the Caspian Sea. Western powers are tempted to intervene.