Caspian oil: beginning of a new game

The American citizens who have come to have breakfast at the Blair House are standing in a long queue in order to greet the Azerbaijani President. Everything seemed a little strange, even for a man who had the shadows of the Kremlin and endless provocation.

"The Russians are afraid of him" whispered one of his leading political advisors into my ear. He knows more about them than they know about themselves"

George Enguyer, analyst
The Washington Times
August 3, 1997