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A View by a Russian Conservative: Consensus of the Past and Dilemmas of the Future

Dmitry Evstafiev

“The events in the sphere of energy supply have become the main theme of the past quarter. They not only confirm the growing importance of energy supply for international politics, but demonstrate the beginning of the reorganization of the global hydrocarbon and energy supply in the overall market, which started to determine global military and political processes. All other events and statements in the recent period are not more than the background for this global process.”

A View by a Russian Conservative: Consensus of the Past and Dilemmas of the Future


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SECURITY INDEX №2 (84), 2008

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