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Eurasian Economic Union Meeting Delayed and Moved to Moscow
April 08, 2016

Eurasian Economic Union Meeting Delayed and Moved to Moscow

By Catherine Putz
For the second year running, the EEU’s spring meeting has been delayed because of Armenia.
The Eurasian Economic Union's Armenia Problem
April 06, 2016

The Eurasian Economic Union's Armenia Problem

By Catherine Putz
An upcoming summit in Yerevan might be relocated because of the flaring conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh.

China in the Caucasus
February 06, 2016

China in the Caucasus

By Emil Sanamyan
For Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia, China is an important investor and possible regional stabilizer.

Russia’s Missile Launches and Caspian Politics
October 14, 2015

Russia’s Missile Launches and Caspian Politics

By Evan Gottesman
Moscow’s cruise missile launches demonstrated strength--and weakness--in the Caspian corridor.

Coming to a TV Near You: International Turkic News
August 18, 2015

Coming to a TV Near You: International Turkic News

By Catherine Putz
Tired of misrepresentation in global media, the Turkic speaking world wants to set up its own international news channel
What Azerbaijan and Central Asia Have in Common
July 10, 2015

What Azerbaijan and Central Asia Have in Common

By Casey Michel
Shared styles of government and pipeline interests bridge the Caspian, bringing Azerbaijan and Central Asia together.

Europe Could Be Getting Turkmen Gas By 2020
May 05, 2015

Europe Could Be Getting Turkmen Gas By 2020

By Catherine Putz
Turkmenistan and Europe are keen to get the gas flowing, but it could just be a pipe dream.
Russia and Iran Lock NATO Out of Caspian Sea
October 01, 2014

Russia and Iran Lock NATO Out of Caspian Sea

By Jacopo Dettoni
A summit earlier this week achieves consensus on the inadmissibility of a foreign military presence in the sea.

Kazakhstan Could Leave U.S. Shale in the Dust
February 02, 2014

Kazakhstan Could Leave U.S. Shale in the Dust

By Daniel J. Graeber
Despite delays, the country has the potential to be a major world player.

New Rail Links to Boost China’s Western Access
December 27, 2013

New Rail Links to Boost China’s Western Access

By Rashad Karimov
This new Silk Road is to be made of steel, with overland connections energizing Central Asia.

Geopolitics Trump Religion in Iran-Azerbaijan Relations
August 07, 2013

Geopolitics Trump Religion in Iran-Azerbaijan Relations

Despite Iran’s sizeable Azeri population, and their shared Shi’a faith, bilateral relations remain fraught.

Israel’s Reluctant Friend
May 12, 2012

Israel’s Reluctant Friend

Talk of allowing its airstrips to be used in a military strike against Iran thrust Azerbaijan into the spotlight. It doesn’t want to be there.

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