Russian Energy Strategy and Transit Routes in Eastern Europe - A View from Warsaw

OGEL 2 (2009),
in EU - Russia relations

Kotlowski, Aleksander

Introduction

The fundamental problem of the new Russian energy policy is at the forefront of public discussions in Eastern Europe. Poland and other Eastern European countries feel threatened by what is often perceived as Russian 'great-power anti-status quo resentment' embodied in the Russian-Georgian war and the gas disputes between Russia and Ukraine. Then again, there are serious endeavours to attain political rapprochement and to increase energy cooperation with Russia. German, Italian and other Western European energy companies emphasize the need to increase supplies and are primarily interested ...



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Suggested Citation

A. Kotlowski; "Russian Energy Strategy and Transit Routes in Eastern Europe - A View from Warsaw"
OGEL 2 (2009), www.ogel.org

URL: www.ogel.org/article.asp?key=2889