International Affairs Faculty Provides Counsel on Natural Gas Policy in Eurasia

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Earlier this summer, Russia’s state-owned gas giant Gazprom halted gas supplies to the Ukraine, demanding that the country settle its gas debt before service would be restored. The event marked a major escalation in the ongoing dispute between Russia and the Ukraine over natural gas resources. Russia is also Europe's largest supplier of oil, coal and natural gas, meeting around a third of demand for all those fuels, according to Eurostat data. Against a backdrop of increasing political unrest and economic sanctions, new strategies are needed to ensure stability throughout the region. INTA Professor Adam Stulberg outlines a new path forward in his policy memo, Natural Gas and the Ukraine Crisis: From Realpolitik to Network Diplomacy, that will be presented September 2014 to the Program on New Approaches to Research and Security in Eurasia (PONARS Eurasia). Based out of George Washington University, PONARS Eurasia is a network of leading academics from North America and post-Soviet Eurasia, who advance new policy approaches to research and security in Russia and Eurasia. Its core missions are to connect scholarship to policy on and in Russia and Eurasia and to foster a community, especially of mid-career and rising scholars, committed to developing policy-relevant and collaborative research. To read Dr. Stulberg's policy memo on the Eurasia's natural gas conflict, click here



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