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SCIENCE: Caucasus Analytical Digest - No.24: The Political System in Azerbaijan (res.ethz.ch)

Author(s): Andreas Heinrich, Hannes Meissner Editor(s): Iris Kempe, Matthias Neumann, Robert Orttung, Jeronim Perović, Lili Di Puppo Publisher(s): Center for Security Studies (CSS), Zurich, Switzerland, Jefferson Institute, Washington, DC, USA, Heinrich Böll Foundation, Tbilisi, Georgia, Forschungsstelle Osteuropa (FSOE), Bremen, Germany Date of publication: 11 Feb 2011 Issue number: 24 Pages: 22 Series: Caucasus Analytical Digest

Description: This issue of the Caucasus Analytical Digest discusses the formal political system and the informal political dynamics in Azerbaijan. The paper is supplemented by a statistical overview of how Azerbaijan’s political system compares in country rankings and public opinion polls in Azerbaijan on the political system in this country. General note: © 2011 Center for Security Studies (CSS), Heinrich Böll Foundation, Resource Security Institute (RSI), Forschungsstelle Osteuropa (FSOE)

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Reports in Chronological Order
No.24: The Political System in Azerbaijan
No 23: Urban Spaces – Public and Private
No. 22: Stalinist Terror in the South Caucasus
No. 21: Gender Politics in the South Caucasus
No. 20: Religion in the South Caucasus
No. 19: Future Scenarios for the South Caucasus
No. 18: The South Caucasus After the Global Economic Crisis
No. 17: The Political Systems of the South Caucasus Countries
No. 16: The Political Economy of Oil in Azerbaijan
No. 15: The Internet in the South Caucasus
No. 14: Literature in the Caucasus
No. 13: US-Caucasus Relations - Attitudes towards the West
No. 12: Civil Society
No. 11: Armenian-Turkish Relations
No. 10: The EU Investigation Report on the August 2008 War and the Reactions From Georgia and Russia
No. 9: Organized Crime and Illegal Trafficking in the Caucasus
No. 8: Writing National Histories: Coming to Terms with the Past
No. 7: Abkhazia
No. 6: The Caucasus in the Global Financial Crisis
No. 5: NATO and the South Caucasus
No. 4: Migration, Refugees and IDPs
No. 3: Energy
No. 2: Democracy in the South Caucasus
No. 1: Perspectives on the Georgian-Russian War

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