Russian Energy and Foreign Policy Timeline
Mar 03 2017
Russia could allow the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh to escalate if it would serve its purposes.
Feb 28 2017
Changes in the geopolitical positions of the West and Russia have sent rumblings throughout the borderlands.
Feb 27 2017
A deal for Russian state-owned oil company Rosneft to sell substantial assets in Chechnya to the Chechen government appears to be imminent, Kommersant reported Feb. 27.
Dec 13 2016
An agreement to development two major oil fields in Iran was signed by Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak in Tehran Dec. 13, AFP reported, citing the Shana news agency.
Dec 09 2016
Eastern European and Eurasian states will have to fend for themselves.
Nov 17 2016
To advance its regional goals, Moscow needs to maintain the breakaway territories sustained by frozen conflict.
Oct 19 2016
Relations between Russia and Japan generally run cold, but they may begin to thaw on the Kuril Islands.
Oct 04 2016
A dispute between two of Russia's most prominent leaders may be resolved but the conflict is far from over.
Sep 04 2016
Extremist attacks twice gave the Russian leader the fuel he needed to stoke nationalism and cement his position on top.
Aug 14 2016
Iran and Russia will construct two nuclear power plants in Iran, a spokesman of the Iranian parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Committee said, Sputnik reported Aug. 14.
Aug 13 2016
The latest obstacle to Gazprom's proposed pipeline will do little to deter the Russian giant.
Jun 18 2016
Despite thawing ties with the West, Moscow will continue seeking alternative sources of investment from China and farther afield.