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Turkey And Gazprom: The Geopolitics Of Pipelines

By Pyotr Iskenderov Russia’s Gazprom, OJSC and the Turkish company Botas Petroleum Pipeline Corporation confirmed their intention to pump the initial shipment of natural gas into Turkey through the new pipeline in December 2016. And by 2019, Russia will be able to deliver gas supplies to Europe while bypassing Ukraine. After the negotiations in Ankara between … Continue reading

Long Shadows Stretch Across Central Europe

Tim Gosling in Prague BNE Long shadows stretch across the economies of Central Europe as they head into 2015. There was optimism a year ago that a fully-fledged recovery was finally underway. However, stuttering growth in the Eurozone and the Ukraine geopolitical crisis have dampened export prospects, creating a challenging scenario for the small, open … Continue reading

South Stream 2.0: The Energy Wars Continue (Part I)

By Pyotr Iskenderov In the next few years, Russia’s decision to put a stop to the South Stream project will become a deciding factor in how the energy situation develops not just in Europe, but in the whole of the Eurasian continent. Essentially, we are dealing with an energy war unleashed by the United States … Continue reading

Central Europe Staves Off Fears With Robust Growth In Third Quarter

By BNE Preliminary GDP data for the third quarter released on November 14 showed that Central Europe continues to grow robustly, staving off fears that Eurozone weakness would infect the region, and keeping calls for more monetary easing at bay for now. Just ahead of the results out of Central Europe, Germany offered a fillip … Continue reading

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