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Armonk, NY: M. Sharpe, Svante E. Cornell provides a comprehensive and well-documented resource for both scholars and the general public of contemporary developments in what he regards as the most important of the three countries in the South Caucasus.
At the same time, Cornell highlights important comparisons with the other two states in that region, Georgia and Armenia. For the period of independence, he relies on a wide array of primary sources ranging from government documents and personal interviews with politicians, including Ilham Aliyev, to journalistic firsthand accounts as well as important recent scholarly works.
Ilham has continued these practices, though the ceasefire agreement with Armenia cannot continue indefinitely, while the West is losing patience with the lack of democratic reform. It is also imperative that Azerbaijan do much to develop the non-energy sector of its economy. In addition, oil and gas reserves will most likely be depleted by p. Azerbaijan also needs to do a better job addressing the problem of corruption. If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution or have your own login and password to Project MUSE.
Azerbaijan Since Independence
Svante E. Cornell
Svante E. Cornell: Azerbaijan Since Independence