Caspian News sprang to life in 2016 and grew out of the realization that high quality, in depth, fact-based reporting on the Caspian Sea region was severely lacking. We are not just another news outlet – Caspian News is the news source for accurate, reliable and interesting information on and perspectives from Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkmenistan.
As the fastest-growing news outlet in the region, Caspian News covers the latest in politics, business, culture, sports and everything else that matters. We strive to bring policy makers as well as the general, curious reader something different, fresh and new, covering topics from a 360-degree perspective and surpassing traditional regional news coverage.
Through our team’s original reporting, Caspian News steers audiences through the issues while always taking into account local viewpoints and cultural nuances, to ensure our readers understand how regional concerns and priorities tie into the bigger picture in Eurasia and beyond.
Our team of 21 journalists and contributors deliver accurate, reliable and timely information in an easily readable, online format, reporting from Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkmenistan.
Recognizing that the region’s economies and geopolitics are inextricably linked with surrounding areas, our highly skilled reporters, editors and linguists also cover news from other countries of the South Caucasus, Central Asia, and the Black Sea regions.
Caspian News Opinion section is where thought leaders, government officials, academics, security and economic experts, and many others, come together to offer insightful viewpoints on what are multifaceted and complex issues, like the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia, energy resources development, and Eurasian trade expansion.
Caspian News welcomes a diversity of opinions and ideas. If you are interested in contributing, please send an email to email@example.com with your name, a brief professional biography, the topic you would like to write about, and your perspective on the issue. Do not send us attachments in emails. Please note that while we promise to consider all topics and ideas, we cannot guarantee publication of your story.
While our job is to discover the truth, we occasionally make mistakes. When we do, we commit to quickly correcting any errors so that our readers can get the real story and be confident it is predicated upon facts. If you spot an error, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “CORRECTION:” followed by a short description in the Subject line.