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Interview with Prof. Riley: Russia Could Trigger Fully Integrated EU Energy Market

The current east-west standoff is complex and evolving rapidly. It comes as no surprise that analysts have a different understanding of the situation. We try to shed light on the matter in speaking with Alan Riley, Professor of Law, City Law School, City University, London. Herein, Professor Riley...

Week 16 Overview

The 16th week might have seemed dominated by diplomatic efforts to solve the standoff in Ukraine, but the last days have shed light on something probably more important and concrete. If confusion was evident in Brussels and Kiev, it was equally clear that Russia is moving closer to China. Without a shadow...

Putin Challenges Brussels to a Gas Duel

On 10 April, President Vladimir Putin sent a letter to 18 European countries (recipients of Russian gas transported via Ukrainian territory), in which he called for urgent consultations with Russia on the crisis in the Ukrainian economy and the security of gas transit through Ukraine. However, he threatened...

Turkey Attempts to Secure Russian Energy

The threat of a Russian natural gas cutoff to Ukraine has lit a fire under Turkey, one of Moscow's biggest energy clients. Roughly 60 percent of Turkey's natural gas supply comes from Russia through two primary routes, and 12.5 percent of that supply could be at risk if Russia punishes Ukraine and its...

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