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Russia And Nuclear Power

In an age where sources of renewable energy are becoming an increasingly cost-efficient means of providing electricity, Russia is still going nuclear. Nuclear energy is losing its luster in many parts of the world. In the United States, the drop […]

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Can China Help GUAM Diversify Away From Russia?

A EurasiaNet Partner Post from: FPRI Established in 1997, GUAM-a platform named after its members Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Moldova and originally created to improve multilateral collaboration between member states—is now celebrating its 20th anniversary. Despite this milestone year, the […]

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India, Pakistan Extend Reach Of SCO To Half The World

After years of speculation about their accession, India and Pakistan have finally been admitted as full members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, broadening the geopolitical potential of the grouping, and partially watering down the dominance of Russia and China. The […]