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Balkan Pipeline is Russia’s Latest Euro-Problem

Bulgaria and Greece are building a pipeline to help Europe reduce its dependency on Russian gas.

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Russia Prepares to Battle US LNG for Europe

Fearful of U.S. shale, Gazprom is sweetening deals for its gas supplies to Europe.

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Poland Plans to Cut Out Gazprom

Warsaw doesn’t plan on signing another long-term contract with Gazprom once its current deal ends in 2022.

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Gazprom’s Future Is Looking Grim

The Russian state-owned gas firm Gazprom is being squeezed by supply, demand, and domestic political pressures.

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Warsaw Weakens Gazprom’s Grip

A new LNG import terminal and a proposed pipeline to Norway could help Poland diversify away from Russian gas.

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Gazprom Goes Hat in Hand to China for a Loan

Russia’s state-owned gas company Gazprom just secured a 2 billion euro loan from the Bank of China.

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Should Gazprom Imitate Saudi Arabia?

A Russian state bank’s chief economist thinks Gazprom is able to start offering discounts, a move that could help the company keep its EU customers.

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Will Gazprom Start a New Price War?

To keep its share of its most important market, Gazprom may have to start cutting prices for its European customers.

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Turkey Takes Gazprom to Court

Ankara has filed for international arbitration as it looks for cheaper gas prices from Russia’s Gazprom.

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Russia Needs Ukraine, Too

Gazprom is finding that any alternative gas supply routes to Ukrainian pipelines are going to cost it dearly.

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Turbine Trouble

Trump thinks wind turbines are ugly. What does this mean for the future of American offshore wind power?

Asia's Game of Thrones

After the Chinese abruptly canceled a trade summit, the Philippine President is now walking back his Foreign Secretary’s harsh criticism of China.

Technology and Africa

A moment of bitter irony in the midst of Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis highlights the promises and limits of technology.

Bromance Interrupted

The love of Putin’s Russia is a precious gift that costs a lot and can be taken away at a moment’s notice—as soon as the beloved doesn’t fit the Kremlin’s selfish interests any longer.

Higher Education Watch

How the government might restrict the flow of subsidies to selective American universities whose priorities aren’t necessarily in line with the public’s.

My Big Fat Greek Bailout

Europeans hoping that the U.S. might lean on the IMF for friendlier Greek bailout terms may be out of luck.

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