Spotlight on Azerbaijan

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Publication Date 2012
ISBN 978-1-905833-24-5
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Spotlight on Azerbaijan brings together the analysis of leading experts on Azerbaijan to look at the key human rights and governance issues in Azerbaijan including democratic development, rule of law, media freedom and property rights, while examining the impact of its international relationships, the economy and the unresolved Nagorno-Karabakh conflict on domestic issues.

Edited by Adam Hug (Foreign Policy Centre) and supported by the Open Society Foundations

+ Azerbaijan: From bad to worse by Vugar Gojayev, Country Coordinator, Human Rights House-Azerbaijan

+ Rule of Law by Monica Martinez, Head Rule of Law, OSCE-Baku

+ Lawyers and advocates in Azerbaijan by Michelle Brady, Program Director, American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative-Azerbaijan

+ Freedom of Media in Azerbaijan by Rashid Hajili, Chairman, Media Rights Institute

+ Information and Communication Technology in Azerbaijan by
Dr Katy E. Pearce, University of Washington

+ Illegal expropriations, forced evictions and house demolitions in Baku by Giorgi Gogia, Senior South Caucasus Researcher, Human Rights Watch

+ Nagorno-Karabakh: A traumatic experience that cripples a nation by Tabib Huseynov, independent consultant, formerly International Crisis Group

+ Spotlight on the Azerbaijani economy by Vugar Bayramov, Chairman, Centre for Economic and Social Development

+ Turkey and Azerbaijan - Friends or foes? by Firdevs Robinson, Senior Research Associate, Foreign Policy Centre

+ Britain and Azerbaijan: An important relationship with a lot of potential for growth by Dennis Sammut, Director, LINKS

+ EU relations with Azerbaijan under ENP: More for less? by
Jacqueline Hale, Senior Policy Analyst - EU External Relations, OSI-Brussels

+ Conclusion: Azerbaijan’s Choice by Adam Hug

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