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Russia’s New Energy Accords: Are They for Real?

July 1, 2015

Given the centrality of energy to the Russian economy and the withering impact of continuing low energy prices and sanctions, Russia has ample reason to promote energy deals with anyone it can find. The annual St. Petersburg...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Featured, Home Page, Domestic/Social, Economics, Energy, Transit, Europe, Balkans, Austria

Planned Electricity Fee Increase May Revive Protest Movement in Armenia

June 12, 2015

In early May, the Electric Networks of Armenia (ENA) joint-stock company (a subsidiary of Russian RAO UES International) submitted a request to Armenia’s state regulatory commission for a fee increase for retail customers....

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Domestic/Social, Foreign Policy, The Caucasus, Armenia, Russia, Energy

Moscow Moves to Strengthen Iran in Its Standoff With West

June 11, 2015

Moscow and Tehran have been preparing an agreement to barter Iranian oil for Russian goods. This “goods for oil” trade seems to be finally going ahead this month, before the June 30 deadline to reach a comprehensive agreement on...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Featured, Foreign Policy, Economics, Energy, Iran, Russia

Russia’s Unending Balkan Intrigues

June 10, 2015

Historically, Russia has treated the Balkans as an area solidly within its sphere of vital interests, and that is still the case today. While individual Balkan countries are not especially important geostrategic players in...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Energy, Foreign Policy, Domestic/Social, Transit, The Caucasus, Azerbaijan , Europe, Balkans

Taking Stock: Implications of the Riga Summit for the South Caucasus

June 4, 2015

Prior to its start, the European Union’s May 21–22 Eastern Partnership (EaP) summit in Riga was widely anticipated, given that the previous summit in Vilnius had been overshadowed by the war in Ukraine and newly evident Russian...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Domestic/Social, Energy, Foreign Policy, Military/Security, The Caucasus, Georgia, Azerbaijan , South Caucasus

Gazprom Must Compromise on EU Charges, but Putin Cannot

April 27, 2015

The European Commission delivered, on April 22, a “statement of objections” resulting from its probe launched back in September 2012, which amounts to charging Gazprom with abusing its dominant position on the gas market in...

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

Will Turkey Choose the European or Eurasian Energy Union?

April 17, 2015

The sixth meeting of the World Forum on Energy Regulation is scheduled to be held on May 25–28, in Istanbul, and is being organized by the office of the prime minister of the Turkish Republic. The competitive and dynamically...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Energy, The Caucasus, South Caucasus , Azerbaijan , Europe, Russia, Turkey

Ukraine Rapidly Dismantling Gazprom’s Supply Monopoly

April 8, 2015

Quantitative indicators show a dramatic reorientation of Ukraine’s natural gas supply strategy. Dependence on Gazprom has become a thing of the past. Kyiv demonstrates political resolve to pursue supply diversification and adapt...

Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Vlad’s Corner, Home Page, Featured, Energy, Europe, Ukraine, Russia

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