Adam Stulberg's Policy Memo: "Russia and the Geopolitics of Natural Gas: Leveraging or Succumbing to Revolution?"

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As a member of a panel on Russia's geopolitical energy options, Professor Stulberg argued for focusing on how Moscow is responding to both challenges and opportunities presented by a dramatically changing global gas industry. He explicates key strategic dilemmas and limitations associated with Russia's "gas weapon" in this shifting landscape.  View the panel discussion by clicking on the link below.

Russia: Energy Superpower No More? September 24, 2013

http://media.elliott.gwu.edu/media/russia-energy-superpower-no-more

Panel Members:
Pavel K. Baev, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), How Russia’s Energy “Weapon” Turned into an Oil Pillow and Gas Rattle
Andrew Barnes, Kent State University, How Much Would It Hurt? Exploring Russia’s Vulnerability to a Drop in Energy Prices
Adam Stulberg, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology, Russia and the Geopolitics of Natural Gas: Leveraging or Succumbing to Revolution?
Chair: Samuel Charap, International Institute for Strategic Studies

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Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP)

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Student and Faculty
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Adam Stulberg, energy, Russia
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  • Created On: Oct 8, 2013 - 11:12am
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