Azerbaijan's counter-terrorist measures "must be studied in Washington and other world capitals," says an article posted in The Hill, according to Report.
Azerbaijan is an important friend and ally of Erdogan, the article reads.
"In a world where Russia, China, and the US are disrupting the international system, committed actors like Azerbaijan and regional powers like Türkiye outperform and can achieve strategic successes," the article says.
It says that Azerbaijan just won what is possibly the final round in its 35-year-long war with Armenia, leading to the dissolution of an Armenian self-proclaimed state in the territory of Karabakh:
"The land had been occupied by Armenia since it started the 1988-1994 bloody conflict with neighboring Azerbaijan. When the fighting ended, 20 percent of Azerbaijani territory was occupied by Armenia. The current reversal may be a decisive victory for Azerbaijan, the repercussions of which go a long way beyond the strategic Caucasus region, and must be studied in Washington and other world capitals."