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The Marginalia of Russia’s Foreign Policy Today

... Space? The picture started to change in response to the increasing political dialogue between Russia and China, and also to the (EEU) becoming fully operational. This shift of focus in Russia’s foreign policy toward its neighbours must be considered ... ... task had moved from merely maintaining connections to “playing on multiple boards at once.” After the Russia–Georgia conflict in August 2008, Russia acquired two new foreign political partners: South Ossetia and Abkhazia, losing direct ...


The Structure of Energy Politics in the South Caucasus: Grounds for Consolidation or Cooperation?

... start the process of national legal harmonization in favor of creating common oil and gas markets. Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia will have to take necessary steps as well to join the common energy market. Armenia will take up the obligations of the EEU that will have more political force in favor of national legislation. Georgia will have to accept new rules of the game following its path towards EU membership. Both blocs will have to exercise political influence on Azerbaijan (and Turkey) to make them join the common energy space and accept common regulations. However,...


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