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Republican Senators Introduce Bill to Snuff out Europe’s Independence
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Republican Senators Introduce Bill to Snuff out Europe’s Independence
July 20, 2018

Europe’s right to make its own decisions is at stake as the ongoing battle over Nord Stream 2 heats up. The choice is between a strong and independent Europe that is able to defend its own interests and independence or a puppet on a string dancing to Washington’s tune.

President Vladimir Putin Visits Austria: Russia Does Not Lack Friends in Europe
June 8, 2018

The shifting political winds in Europe are paving the way for positive changes, moving toward normalizing the ties between the EU and Russia.

President Vladimir Putin Visits Austria: Russia Does Not Lack Friends in Europe
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Attack Against Nord Stream 2 Renewed with Vigor: Whose Interests Does It Meet?
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Attack Against Nord Stream 2 Renewed with Vigor: Whose Interests Does It Meet?
March 20, 2018

Gas exports to Europe present exciting opportunities but supplies from Russia are cheaper and more reliable. So the US needs to get rid of the obstacle in its way — the Nord Stream 2 (NS2) pipeline, which will carry natural gas from Russia to Germany. Washington will do anything to achieve this cherished goal.

US Targets Russian Nord Stream-2 Gas Project: Déjà Vu Story
October 23, 2017

Europe badly needs the stable supplies, if it wants to achieve economic progress. To protect its vital interests it has to defy the United States. The history appears to repeat itself.

US Targets Russian Nord Stream-2 Gas Project: Déjà Vu Story
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Austria and Russia: Economics in Dispute with Politics
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Austria and Russia: Economics in Dispute with Politics
April 26, 2017

Yet another promising area of bilateral cooperation between Russia and Austria is the high-tech manufacturing segment of heavy engineering associated with hydropower and the supply of related equipment and materials, in which the cooperation between Russia’s RusHydro and Austria’s Voith Hydro plays a central role.

Who Wants to Keep Gas Flowing Through Ukraine and Why?
December 27, 2016

This past year of 2016 set a new record for the export history of Gazprom, Russia’s biggest gas company. Its chairman, Alexey Miller, has claimed that by the end of the year Gazprom will have shipped a total of 180 billion cubic meters to non-CIS countries.

Who Wants to Keep Gas Flowing Through Ukraine and Why?
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EU Doesn’t Want to Depend on Ukraine, Even If It’s Now ‘Pro-European’
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EU Doesn’t Want to Depend on Ukraine, Even If It’s Now ‘Pro-European’
November 5, 2016

Although Europe is still enjoying warm fall weather, Gazprom is shipping record-breaking quantities of gas westward. Those deliveries topped out at a historic high on Oct. 21, at which point Gazprom was supplying its European customers with precisely 590 million cubic meters of gas each day. As Alexey Miller, the chairman of Gazprom, has noted, winter isn’t even here yet, but European demand for Russian gas is already at levels consistent with deep-freeze conditions…

Lavrov’s Visit to Greece and the Energy Security of Southeast Europe
November 4, 2016

One of the main issues on the agenda during Russian Foreign Affairs Minister Sergey Lavrov’s visit to Greece on 2-3 November is to discuss the prospects for energy cooperation between Moscow and Athens within the broader issue of Europe’s energy security…

Lavrov’s Visit to Greece and the Energy Security of Southeast Europe
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