Russian Energy and Foreign Policy Timeline
Apr 13 2015
As economic crises persist in the second quarter, the United States will expand its foreign policy options in managing the Middle East and Russia.
Apr 07 2015
The diminishing animosity between Washington and Tehran will weaken Russia's influence over energy supplies in Europe and Moscow's political clout in the Middle East.
Mar 31 2015
Ashgabat has set itself apart from its neighbors, but it has been unable to escape the negative economic effects of a declining Russia.
Mar 24 2015
The risk of instability does not seriously threaten the government's survival, but it will force Ashgabat to act more cautiously in its foreign policy.
Mar 10 2015
The Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline will help the European Union diversify away from Russia.
Mar 04 2015
Moscow wants to expand its influence, but it will be limited by its financial reality.
Mar 02 2015
Moscow frequently uses energy to influence EU member nations, but a new proposal aims to end the trend.
Feb 27 2015
National interests will dilute the EU proposals, but the plan will reduce Russia's influence in European energy markets.
Feb 26 2015
The energy ministers of Ukraine and Russia will meet with EU energy chief Maros Sefcovic in Brussels on March 2 to discuss Russian natural gas supplies to Ukraine, according to a message posted by European Commission spokeswoman Anna-Kaisa Itkonen on Twitter Feb. 26, Reuters reported.
Feb 19 2015
Budapest's balancing act between Russia and the West is losing its subtlety.
Feb 18 2015
And both Kiev and Moscow are aware of the possibilities and risks of dependency.
Feb 10 2015
The country's mounting economic and political challenges will weaken its bargaining position in talks with Russia and the West.