AZERBAIJAN Nicolas Sarkis, founder and CEO of AlphaOne Partners LLP, puts the spotlight on the social, political and economic developments taking pla...
Generally in Eurovision, countries are faced with a stark choice: do they send the best-looking women they can find, or the biggest nutters they can find? This year seemed to take a swing to the former, although the nutter side was still well-manned
As we head towards one more tacky but popular Eurovision final, will a spotlight also be shone onto the serious human rights abuses in Azerbaijan, this year's host?
The grand final of Eurovision 2012 takes place in Baku, Azerbaijan on Saturday, 26 May. As contestants slip into their tightest pants and warm up their wind machines, I'm previewing this year's hottest acts to help you decide who deserves your televote.
With Eurovision less than three weeks away, performers from Sweden to Ukraine are busy glueing on their sequins and perfecting their dance moves. 42 countries will compete, but only one can win.
In the past few years, countries traditionally seen as mono-cultural or ethnically homogenous have increasingly sent singers and songs to Eurovision that cross geographical and cultural boundaries.