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ENERGY SECTOR REFORM
(Russian Analytical Digest, 2007-09-18)
In the following piece we outline some of the major challenges facing the gas sector in Russia and focus on where some of the potential upsides are to be found. While we remain concerned about the overall level of investment ...
The Paradoxes of Russia’s Georgia Policy
(Russia in Global Affairs., 2007-04)
Widening without Enlarging
Common definitions of “Europe” locate the South Caucasus just outside. Although it has only recently been included in the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP), the South Caucasus is of particular interest because of its ...
U.S. POLICY IN THE BLACK SEA REGION
From the U.S. point of view, NATO is and will remain the premier provider of security for the Euro-Atlantic region, which includes the Black Sea. Far from seeking to charge into the region, the U.S. approach is to work ...
Europe needs a single market for natural gas
(Financial Times,Moscow Times and St Petersburg Times., 2008-05-15)
Regional Security in the Middle East and North Africa: Developing an Institutional Framework for Cooperation?
The Middle East and North Africa is a security interdependent region, where governments are caught in a classic prisoners’ dilemma. They are well aware that cooperation would be less costly than conflict, and yet they have ...
The Black Sea and the Frontiers of Freedom
(Policy Review, 2004-06)
A Quest for Equality: Minorities in Turkey
(Minority Rights Group International, 2007)
THE PUTIN LEGACY
(Russian Analytical Digest, 2008-03-04)
The Kosovo Precedent
(NewsNet: Newsletter of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies., 2008-05)