Lyubov Glazunova on Russia’s race to carbon neutrality
Nicholas Trickett on how COVID-19 has been rewriting economic orthodoxy across the globe, but Russia’s Austrian School economists have yet to get the memo
Nick Trickett wonders how far the Russian state should go to support its struggling fossil fuels companies
Vladislav Inozemtsev on Minister Oreshkin’s dubious optimism about the Russian economy in a world of low oil prices
Vladislav Inozemtsev on the inevitability of another recession in Russia
Russia and Saudi Arabia are rolling a boulder up a hill only to see it tumble back down as their relative market power declines
Why is Nord Stream 2 a threat to the EU, but not to Germany?
Russian gas supplies to China are a talking point again in light of US-China trade tensions and commodity price fluctuations. Two prospective pipelines are being touted, for very different reasons
As Russian oil companies plan further cooperation across the Middle East, the political and financial costs of engagement will likely increase.
The Venezuelan government, according to Rosneft, is repaying its multi-billion-dollar loans on time. That is a misleading claim at best. But those loans are more about their geopolitical impact than their financial viability