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‘Bankrupt' Ukraine cannot pay for needed reforms to join Europe
“Bankrupt” Ukraine has huge sovereign debt and needs reforms to make its association with Europe feasible, but no one is going to pay for it, Anna van Densky, political commentator from the EU Reporter magazine, told RT.

16.09.2014 16:00

Boeing, Lockheed teaming up with Amazon's Bezos to replace Russian rocket engine
Boeing and Lockheed Martin will partner with Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos’ company Blue Origin to develop a new rocket engine to replace Russian components. NASA, meanwhile, has tasked Boeing and SpaceX with transporting astronauts to the ISS in 2017.

16.09.2014 15:08

Finland to continue with Rosatom nuclear project, despite sanctions - Prime Minister
Finland will not drop its plans to construct a nuclear power plant with Russia’s Rosatom. The project “will not shake Finland’s reputation” and “shouldn’t be mixed with politics,” Prime Minister Alexander Strubb told Radio Suomi.

15.09.2014 11:36

Crisis in Ukraine: A case study in mismanagement
The Ukrainian crisis has two closely intertwined dimensions: a domestic one and an external one, both testifying to the failure to manage the process correctly.

29.08.2014 12:40

​Decoding Myanmar’s intricate ties with major foreign powers
Myanmar is fast emerging as the hottest chess board of global power politics. Vietnam is another key country of ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) to which major international powers are flocking.

27.08.2014 09:00

India, Russia need to reboot their ties in double quick time
The India-Russia relationship seems to have reached a plateau over the past few months, but now it is time for India to spare a thought for its tried, tested and trusted old friend Russia.

26.08.2014 14:14

Energy ballet-2: Syria, Ukraine & 'Pipelineistan'
As much as Iran, Russia, the US and the EU are involved in a sophisticated nuclear/energy ballet, Syria and Ukraine are also two key power play vectors bound to determine much of what happens next in the New Great Game in Eurasia.

26.08.2014 09:09

Aeroflot wants to revive low-cost airline by fall
Russian flag carrier Aeroflot plans to start up a new low-cost subsidiary in the coming months to replace Dobrolet which was grounded by EU sanctions.

25.08.2014 06:31

Rosneft to take 30 percent in Norwegian driller
Russia’s biggest oil company Rosneft has agreed to purchase a stake in Norway's North Atlantic Drilling (NADL) through an asset swap, which appears to show businesses remain undeterred by political sanctions.

22.08.2014 13:49

​Energy ballet: Iran, Russia and 'Pipelineistan'
A fascinating nuclear/energy ballet involving Iran, Russia, the US and the EU is bound to determine much of what happens next in the new great game in Eurasia.

19.08.2014 13:21

Moscow’s food ban could cost EU $16bn, spark crisis in Europe
Russia’s ban on agricultural food imports could cost the European Union about $16 billion (12 billion euro) and drag the continent into the crisis, officials warn.

07.08.2014 12:11

Lukoil sells off gas stations to Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic
Russia’s second largest oil producer Lukoil is going to sell a network of gas stations across the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary as it continues to slim down assets in Central Europe.

05.08.2014 06:59

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