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South Asian Gas Market: It’s Time to Mount an Offensive

... possible withdrawal from the project could also have a number of negative consequences for both New Delhi and Moscow. Under the worst-case scenario, India may lose all of its pipeline gas delivery projects, in which Pakistan is the key transit country and China is the primary rival in terms of supplies. India in this case would remain heavily dependent on Qatari LNG. Potential instability in the Persian Gulf, in particular a blockade of Qatar’s or the closure of the Strait of Hormuz, could result in significant risks for Indian buyers. An expansion of the U.S. LNG presence in the region, for its part,...


Breaking the U.S.-Russia Impasse: Keeping the Door Open to Dialogue

... similarly draw in regional and major powers — and then spark a global war? 10 Political Economic Concerns Vitaly Naumkin: Qatar Сrisis: What’s Next? Now that Washington has tightened sanctions against Moscow in June 2017 — in part due to perceived ... ... Syria and other countries to the European Union countries? How should Russia and the European Union respond? Impact of rise of China China is the elephant in the room, or as Mao might say, the monkey watching two tigers fight. Is Beijing benefiting from ...


The smog of war

... Delhi, India wins hands down as is the world's most polluted city. It has twice as much pollution as Beijing, the capital of China, which is not even on the list. In fact, as much as western media focuses on China as a major polluter, no city in China is on the "Top 20." India has the distinction of having 13 cities among the "Top 20" Most Polluted Cities" list developed by the WHO. .Pakistan has 3, Turkey, Qatar, Bangladesh and Iran each have one on the list. Ironically, western business media has been buzzing up India as the "rockstar" of the Asian economy. heaping praise on prime minister Narendra Modi for policies that now have the nation ...


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