About Azerbaijan: The majority of the Azerbaijani population (more than 90%) are Turkish-Azerbaijani. The languages with a common culture are very similar to Iran's Azerbaijan. Her history has undergone many changes with the influence of Iran and Russia. Minorities in the Republic of Azerbaijan include Leszians, Russians, Rubels, Turks, Tatars, Ukrainians, and Georgians. Most of the residents of the Republic of Azerbaijan are Shiite Muslims, although the long history of Russian colonialism with the liberal attitude of equality and freedom has had a profound impact on the lifestyle and kind of thinking of this nation.
The government is in the hands of the family of Aliyev and their allies. After the independence of Azerbaijan in 1991, the Republic of Azerbaijan has allowed Western companies to invest in the development of the country, and since the mid-2000s, there have been many plans for the country's oil fields. The poverty rate has declined significantly in recent years, and the infrastructure of this country has been steadily improving, however, there needs to be better measures for education and the judiciary.
Garabagh has been surrounded by Armenians as part of the territory of Azerbaijan, and many Muslims have been killed in engagements between the two countries to recover the Karabakh soil. Mediation will not work well in this case, and there are many disputes between the two countries.