Russian Energy and Foreign Policy Timeline

Aug 27 2014

Russia and Ukraine Seek a Temporary Energy Deal

Aug 26 2014

Ukraine: Putin Says Moscow, Kiev Agree To Renew Dialogue On Energy

Aug 22 2014

Ukraine, Russia and Europe Prepare for Negotiations in Minsk

Aug 21 2014

Russia: Westinghouse Asks EU To Break Dependence On Nuclear Fuel

Aug 11 2014

Norway Leverages Its Petroleum Know-How

Aug 04 2014

Natural Gas Pipelines in Central Asia Provide Political Fodder for Russia

Aug 04 2014

Russia Uses Competition Over Resources to Increase Leverage in Central Asia

Jul 30 2014

Russia: Rosneft Signs New Agreements With Petroleos de Venezuela

Jul 18 2014

Implementing EU Trade Deals in the Borderlands Could Prove Complex

Jul 11 2014

Turkey's Shale Ambitions Intertwine With Regional Interests

Jul 01 2014

Hungary: South Stream Pipeline Project To Continue As Planned

Jun 24 2014

Austria, Russia: OMV Offers Stake To Gazprom

Overview

Since 2003, the Kremlin has aggressively reconsolidated state control over its energy sector and demonstrated an increased willingness to use energy as a tool to influence countries that depend on its resources. Many of those countries have attempted to diversify from Russian energy dependence, but Moscow continues to hold considerable influence.

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