The Caspian Post helps you see the region from a whole new angle!
The Caspian Post exists to amplify the voice of a region largely unexplored by those outside of it – informing the world about the politics, economy and people of the Caspian region. We keep our ear to the ground to celebrate, explain, and shine a spotlight on the intersection of Europe and Asia. We collaborate with various institutions and organizations to present what we learn in a way that tries to bridge cultural differences rather than emphasize them. Our over-arching aim is to keep the global community informed about the area, with a priority on explaining and interpreting Azerbaijani perspectives.
We Value Celebration
The Caspian Post aims to celebrate the Caspian region’s history, culture, languages, and rich seams of diversity. We highlight the people of these lands and mark their successes, wherever they are and whatever they are doing. We know that the Caspian region is energizing and inspiring – and we want to share that with you!
We Value Collaboration
The Caspian Post aims to work with news agencies, online and offline publications, organizations, non-profits, writers, artists, and media outlets to quickly and reliably communicate relevant information.
We Value Cultural Intelligence
The Caspian Post aims to present and explain the issues of particular places for those who don’t live there. We are well aware that implicit information in one context must be made explicit in another. You will find that our articles unpack knowledge that is taken for granted by the average person living in the Caspian region so that it will be easily understood by a non-local audience.
We Value a Range of Views
The Caspian Post is a platform that aims to amplify voices and viewpoints of people in the Caspian region for whom an effective international means of expression is often lacking. That includes, but is not restricted to, minority groups, speakers of minority languages, women, displaced people and refugees, the underprivileged and those who think and live differently.