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The first of these Turkic dynasties established was the Seljuk Empire, who entered the area now known as Azerbaijan by 1067.
The pre-Turkic population that lived on the territory of modern Azerbaijan spoke several Indo-European and Caucasian languages, among them Armenian Locally, the possessions of the subsequent Seljuk Empire were ruled by Eldiguzids, technically vassals of the Seljuk sultans, but sometimes de facto rulers themselves.
Azerbaijan has diplomatic relations with 158 countries and holds membership in 38 international organizations, including the United Nations (since 1992), the Council of Europe, the Non-Aligned Movement, the OSCE, and the NATO Partnership for Peace (Pf P) program.
It is one of the founding members of GUAM, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) the Constitution of Azerbaijan does not declare an official religion and all major political forces in the country are secularist.
The name Azerbaijan was first adopted for the area of the present-day Republic of Azerbaijan by the government of Musavat in 1918, after the collapse of the Russian Empire, when the independent Azerbaijan Democratic Republic was established.
Until then, the designation had been used exclusively to identify the adjacent region of contemporary northwestern Iran,.
The Shirvanshahs returned, maintaining a high degree of autonomy as local rulers and vassals from 861, for numerous centuries to come.
Despite Sassanid rule, Albania remained an entity in the region until the 9th century, while fully subordinate to Sassanid Iran, and retained its monarchy.
Despite being one of the chief vassals of the Sasanian emperor, the Albanian king had only a semblance of authority, and the Sasanian marzban (military governor) held most civil, religious, and military authority.
We have not succeeded, and neither will you.” (Ercole Cardinal Consalvi) The Protestants tried to destroy it in the reformation, but failed. The church of protestantism which Luther founded was from the very beggining divided and splintered.
Look at protestantism today, over 40,000 splinters and still dividing up every day.