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Al-Qaeda and Its Heirs


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Iranian-Turkish Relations Vis-à-Vis Turkey’s Energy Transit Policy

November 14, 2014

Despite Western economic sanctions, Iranian-Turkish relations have been developing in many different directions in recent years. Illustratively, on October 24–25, the Eastern Anatolia Development Agency (DAKA), Iran’s Foreign...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Economics, Energy, Transit, The Caucasus, Azerbaijan , South Caucasus , Middle East, Iran

Putin Goes to China, but Fails to Turn His Illusions Into Reality

November 10, 2014

In a case of striking symbolism, President Vladimir Putin traveled to Beijing on the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, as if seeking reassurance against the specter of a mass public uprising. The dismantling of...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Featured, Foreign Policy, Energy, Economics, China and the Asia-Pacific, China, Europe, Ukraine

The Russian Arctic: Between Economic Development and Accelerating Militarization

November 7, 2014

Lately, hardly a day passes without another announcement of a new Russian military deployment in the Arctic. Yet, the Arctic’s fundamental strategic importance to Russia is economic: namely, the potential for extracting immense...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Military/Security, Energy, Economics, Russia, Arctic/High North, Europe, Nordics

Economic Warfare in the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict: Crimea

November 3, 2014

Russia’s “hybrid warfare” concept embraces economic warfare as one of its key elements. Yet, less attention has been paid to the details of the economic war between Russia and Ukraine in the conflict over Crimea and parts of...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Military/Security, Energy, Economics, Europe, Ukraine, Crimea, Russia

Conflict Forces Coal-Rich Ukraine to Import More Coal to Ease Shortfalls

October 31, 2014

On October 22, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk delivered the grim news to his constituents that, by the end of the year, Ukraine will be short four million tons of coal (, October 22). Pro-Russian separatists...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Featured, Economics, Energy, Europe, Ukraine, Russia

Putin Steals the Asia-Europe Show—and Brings Big Disappointment

October 21, 2014

The most recent Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) summit attracted a sizeable crowd of world leaders to Milan last week (October 16–17), but the formal agenda was overtaken by the efforts to manage the violent conflict between Russia...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Featured, Foreign Policy, Elite, Economics, Energy, Domestic/Social, Europe, Ukraine

Russia-Ukraine War’s Impact on European Energy—A Net Assessment of Developments in Europe’s Energy Security Strategy Since the Start of 2014

October 20, 2014

The Russia-Ukraine war has presented the most serious threat to European energy security since the end of the Cold War. Almost half of the Russian natural gas delivered to European markets in 2013 crossed Ukraine—82.3 billion...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Foreign Policy, Energy, Europe, Balkans, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Baltics, Central Europe

Russo-Japanese Ties Remain a Casualty of War With Ukraine

October 3, 2014

Russian ties with Japan have clearly suffered serious damage due to Moscow’s aggression against Ukraine. Apparently, there will not be a visit by Russian President Putin to Japan anytime soon, despite previous wishes for such a...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Economics, Foreign Policy, Energy, China and the Asia-Pacific, Japan, Europe, Ukraine, Russia

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