Jamil Hasanli was born January 15, 1952 in Azerbaijan . He graduated with a History degree from Baku State University in 1975. In 1984 he finished his PhD, and he served as a professor at BSU in 1993-2011 and a professor at Khazar University in 2011-2013. He was advisor to the President of Azerbaijan in 1993 and served two terms as a Member of Parliament of Azerbaijan in 2000-2010. Professor Hasanli was presidential candidate from the National Councilof Democratic Forces of Azerbaijan in October 2013. He was a History and Public Policy Scholar of the Woodrow Wilson International Center in 2011.

Hasanli is the author of 28 books published in Azerbaijan, Russia, USA, Turkey, Iran and other countires. Two of his monographs were published in the Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series (At the dawn of the Cold War: : The Soviet -American Crisis over Iranian Azerbaijan, 1941-1946. Rowmanand Littlefield Publishers, 2006; Stalin and the Turkish Crisis of the Cold War, 1945-1953. Lexington Books, 2011). His books The Khrushchev Thaw and National Question in Azerbaijan, 1954-1959 (Moscow, 2009), Foreign Policy of Azerbaijan in the Soviet Period, 1920-1939 (Baku, 2012 and Moscow, 2013) and Ali Mardan bey Topchibashov: Life for the Idea, 1863-1934 (Baku, 2013 and Moscow, 2014) raw heavily upon information from newly-opened archives.

Hasanli’s new book, Foreign Policy of the Republic of Azerbaijan, 1918-1920: The Difficult Road to Western Integration, (M.E. Sharpe, New York, 2014) narrates the tumultuous path of the first Azerbaijan Republic toward winning international recognition. Based on the archived documents of several countries, the author reconstructs a vivid image of the Azeri political elite’s quest for nationhood after the collapse of the Russian colonial system. With a particular focus on the liberation of Baku from Bolshevik factions, relations with regional neighbors, and the arduous road to recognition of Azerbaijan’s independence by the Paris Peace Conference, the author provides valuable insights into the history of theSouth Caucasus regionand the dynamics of the post-World War I era.

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