ICL - Azerbaijan Index by Armenia supports ethnic Armenians in the NagornoKarabakh region of Azerbaijanin the longstanding, separatist conflict against the Azerbaijani government; http://www.oefre.unibe.ch/law/icl/aj__indx.html
Extractions: Since declaring independence from the Soviet Union, Azerbaijan refuses to have Russian troops on its territory and rejects claims of Russia to joint ownership of Caspian oil. The Caspian Sea boundaries are disputed among Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Turkmenistan. Ethnic Armenians in the enclave Nagorno-Karabakh are fighting for separatism; they are supported by Government; History and News 11 Oct 1998: Re-election of Aliyev as President. 26 Nov 1996: Artur Rasizade becomes Prime Minister. 12 Nov 1995: Constitution adopted by referendum. 11 Nov 1995: Parliamentary elections; most opposition parties are banned from participation. Oct 1995: Four journalists get sentenced for up to five years in prison for "insulting the dignity of the President". 3 Aug 1995: Police uncovers plans for assassination of President Aliyev by street bomb.
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23_6 The Oil Issue In The Policy Of azerbaijan's government In 19181920.by Nigyar Maxwell. Nigyar Maxwell, Ph.D. is a researcher at the http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/usazerb/236.htm
Extractions: On the historic day of May 28, 1918 Azerbaijan declared independence. Thus, after over than 100 years, national statehood was re-established and Azerbaijan's government started creating its own state institutions. However, in spite of the energetic steps taken by the government, this process was complicated and impeded by the military-political situation it faced at the same time. Even after the declaration of independence, a diarchy existed in Azerbaijan: the city of Baku and Baku province were controlled by the Bolshevik regime. It is clear enough that the Bolsheviks, led by Shaumyan, were completely controlled and directed by Soviet Russia; this explains the fact that the interests of Baku's economy and especially the oil industry, were subjected to Russian interests.
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Extractions: more EMAILPINOY DIRECTORY Home Free E-mail Submit your site Free Web Space ... Latest News the entire directory only in Azerbaijan/Government Top Regional Asia Azerbaijan : Government See also: This category in other languages: Azerbaijani Russian The Constitutional Court of Azerbaijan Republic - Information about the Court, its judicial decisions and relevant legal documents. Brief information about the Judges, the court's organizational structure, archive and contacts. AzerTac state information agency - Official news from Azerbaijanian Government. Available in English and Russian. The Constitution of the Azerbaijan Republic - Main law of the Azerbaijan Republic available in Azerbaijani, English and Russian languages and easy to navigate. You can also download the Constitution as word document file. Governments on the WWW: Azerbaijan - Links to websites of governmental institutions and political parties in Azerbaijan. President of the Republic of Azerbaijan - Extensive source of official information about the country's economy and policy.
Traveljournals.net - Government Of Azerbaijan short form azerbaijan local long form Azarbaycan Respublikasi local short formnone former azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic. government type republic. http://www.traveljournals.net/countries/government.asp?c=aj
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Azerbaijan Development Gateway Power and politics. government. Justice. Law. Foreign affairs. Business and Economy. Partnerssection. Donors. Private companies. Nongovernment organizations. Goverment. http://gateway.az/cgi-bin/gwp/output_topic.cgi?lang=l0&topic=13
Extractions: The oil boom, which began in the late-19th century, transformed the capital, Baku, into a cosmopolitan industrial centre, with a large proletariat living and working in appalling conditions. Subsequently, the city was a receptive target for the early Bolshevik movement: activists, including the young Josef Stalin, cut their political teeth organising Baku oil workers. Control of the oilfields led to a prolonged power struggle in Baku following the 1917 revolution. The Bolsheviks eventually prevailed and in 1920 the Red Army entered Azerbaijan. In 1922 the territory joined the USSR, assuming the status of the full Soviet republic in 1936.
Extractions: Azerbaijan Last updated: Nagorno Karabakh Azerbaijani Constitution Constitution of Azerbaijan Elections in Azerbaijan by Wilfried Derksen Azerbaijan REENIC - The Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies Virtual Azerbaijan The World-Wide Web Virtual Library Government www.azerb.com Azerbaijan on the Net Azerbaijan Internet links Resources about Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Resource Page by Eurasianet.org AZERBAIJAN - A Country Study Library of Congress Heydar Aliyev Homepage exposing the injustice that Azerbaijanis are experiencing at the hands of their President The US-Azerbaijan Council Modern Azerbaijan and the Karabakh problem Back to Middle East
Karaim Home Page The Karaim Web site is sponsored by SOTA, Research Center for Turkistan and azerbaijan, located in Haarlem, The Netherlands. Established in 1991 by Mehmet Tutuncu, the Center is dedicated to research on the Turkic Peoples of former Soviet Union and the promotion of human rights, democratic governments and peace in the Turkic World. http://www.turkiye.net/sota/karaim.html
Extractions: A View of Chufut-Kale, Crimea Here you will find a fascinating history of Karaims or Karailar (sing. Karai ), their language, culture, and heroic struggle to survive. Crimean Karaims are people of Turk(ic) descent who have adopted Karaism. This movement could be described as a return to the roots or sola scriptura. Although the Karaite reformation never became a mass movement, an ethnic mixture of Alans, Cumans and a number of Turkic Kipchak tribes in Crimea and northern steppes of Black Sea, as well as the ruling junta of Khazaria (not all the Khazars) converted to Karaism. These people became known as Karaims, thus combining the religious denomination with ethnonym. The following pages are about the native people of Crimea, their ancestors, the Khazars, and the areas they settled. Religion has played an important part in forming the Karaim people. In the 8th century, Karaism was initiated by Anan ben David in Mesopotamia. From the 8th to the 10th centuries, the Karaims were subjected to the rule of Khazar Kagan. It is recorded in the 13th century that the Karaim congregation practised in Solkhat, the capital city of the Crimean Tatars. Karaism is Mosaism, an independent, non sectarian, monotheistic religion of Abraham. Anan Ben David, the founder of the actual Karaite religion, preached about a return to the written word of the Old Testament. He refused to recognize the Talmudic thought. This religion is distinct from Rabbinical Judaism.