Pavel Luzin looks at the growing importance of Russia’s Northern Sea Route, which is fraught with political and corporate entanglements.
Pavel Luzin on whether Russia can rely on China and India in the field of space exploration
Pavel Luzin investigates why Russia’s state-run space corporation is changing its structure once again
Lyubov Glazunova on how Russia turned into an international disposal site for nuclear waste
Pavel Luzin explains how keeping track of Russia’s railway plans can deliver insights into the country’s political mechanics
Vladislav Inozemtsev is worried about how Covid-19 is sending Russia’s transport sector off the rails
Max Hess on how Rosneft is not really leaving Venezuela
Pavel Luzin considers Rosatom’s role in Africa and its influence on Russia’s foreign policy
Pavel Luzin on why the Russian authorities want space start-ups – and why they are all doomed
Lyubov Glazunova on how Russia cultivates influence in Africa with a promise of nuclear power
State-owned and state-controlled companies have come to play a crucial role in managing Russia and guaranteeing stability in the regions. But can the Kremlin depend on them alone in the turbulent years ahead?
Russia’s economic forums make a big splash, but their real influence is overblown, writes Vladislav Inozemtsev