Kyrgyzstan’s accession to Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) has been a hot topic for academics, Kyrgyz officials and public interested to the topic to discuss the risks and opportunities it brings to Kyrgyzstan.
Recently, Azerbaijan and Russia declared their intention to strengthen energy relations at the official level through participation in new and ongoing projects.
Inherited gas pipeline infrastructure, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, turned Russia into a monopolist on moving Central Asian energy resources to external markets in the 1990s and the first decade of 2000s.
The United Nations Climate Change Conference is held in Paris in the period from November 30, 2015 to December 11, 2015.
The aircraft incident, which escalated the tensions between Russia and Turkey, has turning into a regional duello of both diplomatic and economic maneuvers.
Iran, according to the BP Statistical Review 2015, is currently placed first with 34 trillion cubic meters of gas reserves, followed by Russia (32.6 trillion cubic meters) and Qatar (24.5 trillion cubic meters).
One of the most important policies that Kazakhstan intends to realize since its independence is to stimulate businesses activities. Since than it has been taking a number of measures with different rates of success.
Nuclear cooperation became one of the leading channels of Russian-Iranian relations during the last decade. On August 17, 1992, Moscow and Tehran signed their first agreement on the civil use of nuclear energy, including construction of a nuclear power plant.
The government of Uzbekistan has recently approved a new program on hydro-power sector development for the period of 2016-2020.
The Kashagan oil field in the Caspian Sea is a largely known oil field outside the Middle East and the fifth largest oil field in the world regarding the reserves. Discovered in 2000, it is the largest new oil deposit found in the last 30 years.