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Azerbaijan’s Split Personality


Rich in natural resources, the Central Asia state must pull off a delicate balancing act to maintain its distance from Iran’s powerful Islamic influences. But as a leading intellectual points out, the country’s tradition is secular.

Rich in natural resources, the Central Asia state must pull off a delicate balancing act to maintain its distance from Iran’s powerful Islamic influences. But as a leading intellectual points out, the country’s tradition is secular.

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