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Azerbaijan: Feel the Diversity - A Special Report

Azerbaijan: Feel the Diversity is a Special Report produced by The Washington Times Advocacy Department.

Downtown Baku is a vibrant and active business environment.

ICT trade mission to Azerbaijan successfully completed

Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce (USACC), Ministry of Communications and Information Technologies of Azerbaijan, and Embassy of Azerbaijan to the United States have successfully completed a three-day Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) Trade Mission from United States to Azerbaijan recently with major sponsorship of NarMobile. Published December 10, 2013

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Baku 2015 heralds new era In European sports movement

The Baku 2015 European Games will play an important role in the history of European sport, the First Lady Mehriban Aliyeva, member of the Executive Committee of the National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Azerbaijan, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador and the Chair of the Baku 2015 First European Games Organizing Committee said in welcoming the European Olympic Committee's Coordination Commission to Baku to inspect progress in preparations for the Games in Baku in 2015.

Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev seen  during the voting at a polling station in Baku, Azerbaijan, Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013. Oil-rich Azerbaijan is booming and the wealth is trickling down to its poorest people. It all means that its president doesn't even need to clamp down too hard to ensure he extends a decades-long dynastic rule in elections on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)

Amb. Suleymanov: Azerbaijan piles up the building blocks of democracy

Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev seen during the voting at a polling station in Baku, Azerbaijan, Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013. Oil-rich Azerbaijan is booming and the wealth is trickling down to its poorest people. It all means that its president doesn't even need to clamp down too hard to ensure he extends a decades-long dynastic rule in elections on Wednesday.

Tony Teano (left) of the Anne Arundel Community College internship office talks with independent U.S. Senate candidate Rob Sobhani at a jobs fair at the college, in Arnold, Md., on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

SOBHANI: Azerbaijan’s example of how to breed success

As the world focuses on the passing of Hugo Chavez and the impact of his socialist policies on oil-rich Venezuela, halfway around the globe a different kind of leader has been quietly transforming his country into a prosperous and reliable partner of the West.

Representative Jim Bridenstine (R-OK)

Rep. Bridenstine: Caspian energy equals American security

In a landmark achievement, the United States recently surpassed Russia as the world's largest combined producer of oil and gas according to an October 2013 Wall Street Journal analysis of International Energy Agency statistics. This milestone was reached because private capital and innovative entrepreneurs took calculated risks striving for access to new energy resources and the tools to produce and distribute them more efficiently.

Former Rep. Howard Coble, North Carolina Republican. ** FILE **

Rep. Coble: Time to recognize our Azerbaijan alliance

I was asked recently by an old friend why I would ever join the Azerbaijan Caucus here in Congress. He then pointed out to me that Baku and Burlington aren't exactly sister cities and that sometimes our leaders seem to be more worried about foreign countries like Azerbaijan than the good old USA. I politely agreed that there is much distance, both culturally and mileage-wise between our two nations.