Kamal Makili-Aliyev (Street Articles Author)
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LL.D.(Legum Doctor) in International and Constitutional Law. Leading Research Fellow at the Center for Strategic Studies under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan (Baku, Azerbaijan). International Law and Foreign Policy interests.

Dr. Kamal Makili-Aliyev (born 17.05.1985) is a also an editor of “Caucasus International” journal; has a working experience in Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Azerbaijan, in Constitutional Court of the Republic of Azerbaijan, in Institute on Human Rights (Azerbaijan) and in UNDP Azerbaijan; he is graduate of Baku State University, has a Master’s Degree in International Human Rights Law (Lund University, Sweden), Master’s Degree in Constitutional Law (Academy of Public Administration, Azerbaijan) and a Legum Doctor degree (LL.D.) in International Law (Institute on Human Rights of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences).

Syria: Humanitarian Access Dilemma
Experts are still largely divided at what should be the next step in the situation with Syria. The disturbing security situation has had horrible consequences for the peaceful population in cities, towns and villages throughout the country. Though international community is still unsure of various ways to stop the atrocities…
By:  in  Legal   Apr 12, 2012  
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Azerbaijan And Israel Amid Tensions In the Region
As tensions around Iran are increasing in their level every day and the Syrian crisis is far from over, the situation also under scrutiny of the countries that are close to the epicenter of the problems and can be affected in case something will go terribly wrong, such as Azerbaijan…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Feb 29, 2012  
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Referral Of Syrian Case to the International Criminal Court
Continuing violence in Syria starts to attract even more attention from international community. It seems that legal steps are on the way. Investigation conducted by the UN led to the report drafted in Geneva that provides allegations of credible and consistent evidence of top Syrian officials ordering to kill innocent…
By:  in  Legal   Feb 24, 2012  
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Interim Status Issue In the Nagorno - karabakh Conflict
The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict is an armed conflict that began in 1988 in the small enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh in southwestern Azerbaijan, between the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan. This conflict is one of the man obstacles of maintennance of the peace and security in Caucasus region and barrier…
By:  in  Legal   Feb 23, 2012  
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Is the Legitimacy Of Assad’s Government the Main Issue In the Case Of Syria?
UN Security Council talks once again led to pressure on Russia to pass the resolution on Syrian crisis. Basically, U.S., European countries and some countries of Arab world were trying to push Russia into condemning Syrian government for violence that is still on the go in that Middle-Eastern country. As…
By:  in  Legal   Feb 14, 2012  
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Human Rights Law In Public Administration Of Azerbaijan
After regaining its independence Republic of Azerbaijan was able to reform and develop its constitutional law and legislation to the international standards and thus the countdown of the human rights law in public administration of Azerbaijan should start from these reforms. Key moment of such reforms was the adoption of…
By:  in  Legal   Jan 30, 2012  
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