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Partner PerspectivesApr 11, 2017 | 18:33 GMT
A Snapshot of Key Developments in the External Relations of the Russian Gas Sector
A Snapshot of Key Developments in the External Relations of the Russian Gas Sector

At the Gazprom Investor Day in Singapore on the 28th of February, Deputy Chairman, Alexander Medvedev praised Gazprom’s price competitiveness and success in delivering record volumes to the European gas market: “Europe was, is and will remain Gazprom’s priority market. We can’t see yet who else could offer European customers natural gas that’s as affordable”.

Partner PerspectivesFeb 23, 2017 | 16:57 GMT
An article by John VanPool, EGF Turkey and Black Sea Regional Analyst
Insights into Turkish Domestic and International Politics: Jan.1-Feb. 5, 2017

After securing the support of the nationalist MHP, the AKP's majority in the Turkish Parliament voted 339-142 to make the president the de-facto head of state. Under current statutes, the constitutional amendment could have passed automatically if the threshold of 367 votes had been reached. Amendments receiving 330-366 votes send the proposal to a vote of the people, which has been scheduled for April 2017.

Contributor PerspectivesDec 14, 2016 | 09:00 GMT
A picture taken through a vehicle's bullet-riddled windshield shows Mosul after Iraqi troops retook most of the city from the Islamic State. The group's so-called caliphate looks nothing like the caliphates of old, which thrived on diversity.
The Makings of a Caliphate

The events unfolding in Syria and Iraq have nothing to do with Islam, and everything to do with the age-old quest for resources and power. Allowance for alternate forms of worship, lifestyle and religious legislation is woven into Islamic scripture and jurisprudence. Where, then, did the horrific massacres of Muslims and people of other faiths in the Islamic State's so-called caliphate come from? The multiconfessional nature of Islamic civilization is something the Islamic State does not understand. Nor does it comprehend the broad range of social and cultural expressions that historically inhabit a caliphate. But it is important to distinguish between calling for the restoration of a caliphate and the goals of the Islamic State.

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