Russian Energy Policies Revisited
Author: Alexander Gusev, Kirsten Westphal
Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)
This paper focuses on 1) Russia’s energy policies since the political crises in and around Ukraine, and 2) the significant structural changes that are occurring in the country’s gas, oil and electricity sectors.
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19 Nov 2015
India Warms Up to Climate Action
Author: Varun Sivaram, Douglas Dillon, Annushka Shivani
Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
This brief describes how India plans to adapt to climate change, as outlined in its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) to curb greenhouse gases.
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Iran's Energy Policy after the Nuclear Deal
Author: Sara Vakhshouri
This report looks at the different changes Iran’s energy policy has undergone, particularly because of the accelerated economic and energy sanctions the country experienced in 2012 and the July 2015 nuclear deal it struck with the P5+1 nations.
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Nordstream 2: Too Many Obstacles, Legal, Economic, and Political to be Delivered?
Author: Alan Riley
This brief contemplates the future prospects of the Nordstream 2 pipeline project, which is meant to bring gas supplies from Russia to Germany via the Baltic Sea.
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Central European Journal of International and Security Studies Vol 9, Issue 4: Global Dynamics
Author: Mitchell Belfer, Elena Atanassova-Cornelis, Lukáš Tichý, Nikita Odintsov, Jan Daniel, Denis Madore
Central European Journal of International and Security Studies (CEJISS)
This issue of the CEJISS features five articles on a variety of security topics.
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