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Publications

Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence

A New Energy Charter: Myth or Reality? by A.V. Belyi and S. Nappert

Why a Political Accord is Needed to Make EU‐Russia Energy Relations Work (WP)

Working paper prepared by the expert of CCEIS Andrei V. Belyi

The Limits of Rational Choice

The unification of Russia with the rest of Europe is a condition for the structural stability of Eurasia that has been unheard of since the time of the Reformation and the appearance of Russia in the European political arena.

Russia Today

On June 25 on The Russia Today TV channel Timofey Bordachyov and Charles Grant discussed the problems of the future relations between Russia and the EU

Think big, Russia and Europe, you both need an energy community

Talks between Russia and Europe are so stymied by mutual suspicion that only a "big deal" can break the deadlock, says Timofei Bordachev. Cooperation over energy is a great opportunity to set bilateral relations on a whole new course.

A Lot of Hot Air

EU Planes Want to Fly Over Siberia for Free

THE WORLD AROUND RUSSIA: 2017

An Outlook for the Midterm Future

EU-Russia Investment Reciprocity: Making it Work

The issue of investment reciprocity will be one of the most crucial issues in Russia-EU relations over the next several years. It was identified as one of the top priorities by Russian and the EU political leaders (both by the EU and by each of the EU member-states), and declared to be so in the majority of Russia-EU strategic and program documents. This issue was also, to a great extent, considered to be one of the prerequisites for the platform of the future stability and integration of all sides.

Russian Electricity Reform is on its Way!

Can the investors (Russian or European) be accused of profiting law and regulated electricity tariffs?

The European World After 1989 "Russia in Global Affairs". № 2, July - September 2007

The revolutionary events of 1989-1991 in Central and Eastern Europe, crowned by the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Communist bloc, triggered a long and dramatic process in the history of the European states.