Search: Sergey Lavrov,Gazprom (3 materials)

Containment's Last Hurrah

“Even the leaders were unsure about what they would do next or how to avoid fatal missteps. Each side called on its intelligence services to supply that knowledge.” The quote is from an article by Markus Wolf and Tennent Bagley, two icons of the Cold War intelligence community with opposing ideologies writing in 1997 in the Los Angeles Times as a team about how in August, 1961 construction of the Berlin Wall surprised the best and the brightest in the West. They wrote a review of...

27.04.2014

Nuclear geopolitics. Shifting sands along Africa’s Uranium Road

... doesn’t play by WTO “dumping” rules. According to nuclear and mining trade publications Russian energy giant Gazprom and around twenty other international firms, including German operators, are active in mining or holding stakes to mine ... ... threat potential in and around the Tindouf camps and elsewhere in southern Algeria continues to grow. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has met three times with Algerian counterpart Ramtane Lamamra over the past six months, most recently on February ...

19.02.2014

Future of Assad and Arab Socialist Ba’ath Party In Limbo As Syria Sitzkrieg Plays Out

... Russia for Europe’s economic problems when it controls only 30 percent of the Euro market. After all, it’s Russia’s gas to sell on the free market. Instead of talking to a European analyst or a representative of a Russian firm like Gazprom, the writer of the Monitor story sourced David Goldwyn, a former special envoy for international energy affairs under former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Meanwhile, Washington ally Norway has just overtaken Russia as Europe top LNG provider,...

15.09.2013

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