Iranian State Broadcaster Expands The Definition Of Being Jewish

Opinion | Alexander Murinson
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The mullahs are upset about Azerbaijan’s close relationship with the U.S. Jewish community.

Ashton Carter's Caucasus Challenge: Azerbaijan Needs Reassurance, Steadiness In Washington

Opinion | Alex Vatanka
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The new Pentagon chief can’t take Azerbaijani commitments and contributions for granted.

Vladimir Putin's Humanitarian Cover-Up

Opinion | David Bernstein
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In Azerbaijan, as in Ukraine, the U.S. must see through the deception

Growing Religious Extremism: The Good News And Bad News

Opinion | Asim Nazim Mollazade
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Despite being beseiged by extremism in Iran and Russia, Azerbaijan has maintained parliamentary democracy and human rights.

Obama administration offends key national security ally

World | Patrick Howley
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Azerbaijan is upset

'Black January' commemorates importance of Azerbaijan as US ally

Opinion | Andrew Langer

On January 20, 1990, Soviet tanks rolled into Azerbaijan’s capital and slaughtered more than 150 unarmed civilians.

Report: Iran increasing drug exports - TheDC

Politics | Mike Riggs

Leaked cables reveal U.S. diplomats’ fears about Iran’s drug trafficking

Committee vote may have given Turkey a leg up

Opinion | Tülin Daloglu

Has Congress considered any measure as often over the last four decades as the “Armenian Genocide” resolution? Again and again the bill has returned to Capitol Hill, only to fail each time.