The latest meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization wrapped up in Tajikistan with pledges of deeper economic cooperation and new member-states in the years to come.
The European Union need not look far in its search for diversified energy supplies; the answer could be in its own backyard.
If there’s one thing Moscow hates, it’s other countries encroaching into Russian territory, especially those against which it sees itself as competing for influence and power.
The economic potential of the Arctic has helped keep relations between Arctic Council members cordial since 1991. But does Canada’s recent snub at a council meeting in Moscow mean that things are about to change?
A recent spate of attacks in China’s restive Xinjiang province has some worried about the long-term risk to regional energy supplies.
The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Alexander Boehm discusses how recent events in Ukraine have once more put the spotlight on the need for Central and European governments to diversify their energy imports.