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Sep 20, 2021

Will a Taliban victory advance TAPI?

By Steve Mann

The Taliban’s ascent in Afghanistan has shaken up the prospects for a pipeline from Turkmenistan to India. Financial and reputational risks abound, and though a few possibilities remain, they possess serious limitations, calling the pipeline’s future into question.

Central Asia Energy & Environment

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Aug 2, 2021

The energy transition in the Arab Gulf: From vision to reality

By Dr. Jean-François Seznec; Samer Mosis

The United Arab Emirates and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have emerged as leaders in the Arab Gulf’s energy transition. But even as the two countries work to decarbonize their economies, challenges remain.

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UkraineAlert

Sep 22, 2022

Will Ukraine invasion condemn Putin to place among Russia’s worst rulers?

By Anders Åslund

Vladimir Putin has long dreamed of securing his place among the titans of Russian history but his disastrous Ukraine invasion now leaves him destined to be remembered as one of the country’s worst rulers.

Conflict Corruption

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Sep 19, 2022

Nonresident senior fellow Brian O’Toole cited in the New York Times on Russian oil output following a price cap

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Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

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Sep 15, 2022

What’s next for European energy security? Our experts decipher the State of the European Union Address.

By Atlantic Council experts

Ursula von der Leyen's speech focused on energy and strategic decoupling of supply chains amid Russia's war in Ukraine, but didn't delve into common defense.

Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

UkraineAlert

Sep 11, 2022

Russia is facing defeat in Putin’s gas war against the European Union

By Aura Sabadus

Vladimir Putin has declared an energy war against the European Union but there are growing signs that the Russian dictator may have overplayed his hand, writes Aura Sabadus.

Conflict Energy Markets & Governance

Britain Debrief

Sep 9, 2022

#BritainDebrief – What are the origins of Europe’s energy crisis? | A Debrief from Dr. Helen Thompson

By Ben Judah

Senior Fellow Ben Judah spoke with Dr. Helen Thompson, Professor of Political Economy at Cambridge University, on Europe’s energy, climate and geopolitical reckoning.

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UkraineAlert

Sep 6, 2022

Europe can win Putin’s gas war but must learn Nord Stream lessons

By Anders Åslund

With Russia now dropping all pretense and openly declaring that it will not renew gas deliveries to the EU until sanctions are scrapped, it is vital to learn the lessons from Europe’s earlier refusal to recognize the Kremlin’s weaponization of energy exports.

Conflict Corruption

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Aug 30, 2022

Amb. Dan Fried quoted in Marketplace on whether Gazprom brings Nord Stream 1 back online as planned

By Daniel Fried

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Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

In the News

Aug 29, 2022

Director Josh Lipsky quoted in VOA on Russia’s attempt at dedollarization

By Josh Lipsky

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Economic Sanctions Economy & Business

In the News

Aug 29, 2022

Nonresident senior fellow Hung Tran cited in Reuters on US-China audit agreement.

By Hung Tran

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TURKEYSource

Aug 23, 2022

Washington wins as Turkey and Israel restore normal ties

By Brenda Shaffer

Turkey and Israel restoring full diplomatic ties is a boon for each country and in the interests of the United States.

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