Azerbaijan

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Previamente, habia sido creado el grupo GUAM, conformado por Georgia, Ucrania, Azerbaidzhan y Moldova, el cual fracaso en sus objetivos de convertirse en una alternativa viable a la CEI (30) y que tampoco logro convertirse en una estructura militar efectiva que garantizara el transporte de energeticos desde la region del Mar Caspio hasta Europa.
El establecimiento de bases militares estadounidenses en Bulgaria y Rumania, aparte de las ya existentes en Georgia y paises de Asia Central (37), el estrechamiento de la colaboracion militar con Azerbaidzhan, asi como el rechazo de la Casa Blanca de aceptar la propuesta rusa de utilizar la estacion de radares de Gabalin en sustitucion del escudo antimisiles y el reconocimiento de la independencia de Kosovo, vienen a complicar aun mas este escenario.
El gobierno de Rusia demuestra cada vez mas sus intenciones de sustituir a la CEI por una alianza centroasiatica mas efectiva en la cual tambien se integre Bielarrus y, quizas, Azerbaidzhan y Armenia.
27) Agrupados, junto con Azerbaidzhan, en el Grupo GUUAM, acronimo de sus integrantes, del cual se retiro Uzbekistan tras su alejamiento de los Estados Unidos durante 2005, transformandose el agregado en el actual GUAM.
12 knots) and Azerbaidzhan (6,114 tons [,] less than 10 knots).
19) It is clear now that Layton and Slackman, in advancing the case for Uritskii intercepting the Japanese, and that Stinnett, in refuting that contention, were in fact chasing a red herring--it was not Uritskii but Uzbekistan, along with Azerbaidzhan, that the Japanese were worried about.
The four ships that sailed in this interval were Uritskii, Azerbaidzhan, Uzbekistan--all mentioned previously--and the timber carrier Clara Zetkin.
The former sailed from San Francisco on 12 November, heading to Vladivostok, and Azerbaidzhan followed two days later for the same destination.
Azerbaidzhan was originally scheduled to depart San Francisco on 10 November, but that sailing was canceled, and it did not actually get under way until 14 November.
But what if Azerbaidzhan did not follow the new northerly route to Vladivostok at all?
On that day Uritskii and Clara Zetkin were in Astoria, Uzbekistan was most likely in Vladivostok or Petropavlovsk-Kamchatka, and Azerbaidzhan was entering the Sea of Okhotsk over a thousand miles from the Japanese fleet and moving in the opposite direction.
Surely the Japanese had been warned of this potential, and of Uzbekistan and Azerbaidzhan specifically.
Azerbaidzhan eventually made its way to New York, where it joined the Atlantic convoys on the infamous Kola Run.