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The India-Russia-US Energy Triangle
July 12, 2018

The India-Russia-US Energy Triangle

By Saurav Jha
The United States and Russia are competing for India’s favor – and its energy market.

Working with Vietnam, Russia's Rosneft Draws China’s Ire
May 19, 2018

Working with Vietnam, Russia's Rosneft Draws China’s Ire

By Nicholas Trickett
Rosneft is a crucial arm of Russian foreign policy, yet functions at times without direct Kremlin involvement.
Schrodinger’s Pivot: The Emptiness of the Eastern Economic Forum
September 19, 2017

Schrodinger’s Pivot: The Emptiness of the Eastern Economic Forum

By Nicholas Trickett
Russia’s incoherent strategy at home and abroad continues to undercut its Asian-facing initiatives such as the Eastern Economic Forum.

Gazprom and China’s ‘Breakthrough’ in the Russian Arctic
August 08, 2017

Gazprom and China’s ‘Breakthrough’ in the Russian Arctic

By Nadezhda Filimonova
The economic and political logic behind Gazprom's use of a Chinese drilling rig in the Arctic.

Rosneft and Russia's Evolving Oil Strategy Explained
March 10, 2017

Rosneft and Russia's Evolving Oil Strategy Explained

By Nicholas Trickett
Russia's recent deals in the Middle East aren't just about expanding its influence, they’re part of a larger strategy.

China, Russia Try to Brave Economic Headwinds
December 18, 2015

China, Russia Try to Brave Economic Headwinds

By Shannon Tiezzi
Prime Minister Medvedev and Premier Li recommit to closer economic ties, despite lackluster trade numbers for 2015.

 Russia-Vietnam: Cooperation in the Arctic?
December 11, 2015

Russia-Vietnam: Cooperation in the Arctic?

By Nadezhda Filimonova
The two countries look likely to strengthen ties in the energy sector.
Squabbling Energy Oligarchs Threaten Moscow’s LNG Plans
July 24, 2015

Squabbling Energy Oligarchs Threaten Moscow’s LNG Plans

By Quentin Buckholz
Russia is at risk of missing out on Asia’s giant gas market.

Russia’s Chokehold on Kyrgyzstan
October 03, 2014

Russia’s Chokehold on Kyrgyzstan

By Casey Michel
Why all is not quite what it seems in Moscow-Bishkek relations.

Mongolia Courts Foreign Investors
June 12, 2014

Mongolia Courts Foreign Investors

By Ankit Panda
Mongolia is looking to draw foreign investment while simultaneously heading towards fossil fuel self-sufficiency.

Amid Ukraine Crisis, Russia Pursues Energy Deals With Asia
March 26, 2014

Amid Ukraine Crisis, Russia Pursues Energy Deals With Asia

By Zachary Keck
Igor Sechin, CEO of Rosneft, is on a tour of Japan, India, South Korea and Vietnam.
A Long, Hot Summer for China National Petroleum Corporation
September 10, 2013

A Long, Hot Summer for China National Petroleum Corporation

A flurry of deals and political tensions complicate the outlook for China’s state-owned oil company.

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