The Dissident Who Stood Up to Kingpins
Khadija Ismayilova refused to stop reporting on corruption and human-rights abuses in Azerbaijan, and got jailed of her work. Now, she’s finally free.
A New War With Putin on Both Sides
After 22 years, the delicate Armenian-Azeri ceasefire has fallen apart in a conflict that pits Turkey against Russia, and Russia against itself.
‘Azerbaijan’s Dictator Wants Me Dead’
With billions of dollars squandered on the European Games and dozens of activists in jail, the president of a putatively “strong state” is terrified of a small Berlin-based online edition.
‘Hawaii’s Got Nothing on Azerbaijan!’
A propaganda campaign to drum up support for the Olympic European Games is fuel for memes.
Getting Beyond Boardroom Quotas
At CGI on Tuesday, Pat Mitchell led a panel on how companies can move beyond affirmative action while still guaranteeing that women can get to the corner office.