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Eurasianet is an independent news organization that covers news from and about the South Caucasus and Central Asia, providing on-the-ground reporting and critical perspectives on the most important developments in the region.

Latest articles from Eurasianet

  • Turkey Having Trouble Finding Alternatives To Russian Gas

    Published 29 January 2016 | viewed 8,098 times

    With Russian-Turkish relations bottoming out after Turkey’s downing of a Russian military jet last November, Ankara is scrambling to reduce its dependency on Russian gas.…

  • Iran Poses A Threat To Gazprom

    Published 22 January 2016 | viewed 8,216 times

    The ending of international sanctions against Iran could soon send Iranian gas flowing across and through the South Caucasus, amping up the region’s strategic significance…

  • Low Oil Prices Take Dramatic Toll On Kazakh Economy

    Published 17 January 2016 | viewed 12,989 times

    Oil production is entering a new year of decline this year in Kazakhstan — a dismal omen for a country so heavily reliant on energy…

  • Azerbaijan’s Economy In Dire Straits As Oil Prices Keep Tanking

    Published 14 January 2016 | viewed 14,634 times

    With oil prices now barely above $31 per barrel, Azerbaijan’s energy-export economy is taking on lots of water. And what is worse, Baku’s lifeboat, the…

  • Kazakhstan’s Giant Oil Field Set To Open In 2016

    Published 08 December 2015 | viewed 8,876 times

    As oil prices sink to impressive new lows, Kazakhstan is declaring, once again, that its giant Kashagan field will begin working at the end of…

  • Azerbaijan Caught In Russian-Turkish Crossfire

    Published 02 December 2015 | viewed 4,525 times

    Rising Turkish-Russian tension is putting Azerbaijan in a bind. At a time when low energy prices are squeezing the Azerbaijani economy, officials in Baku need…

  • German Energy Company Pulls The Plug On Turkmenistan Operations

    Published 28 October 2015 | viewed 5,889 times

    German company DEA Deutsche Erdoel AG is set to relinquish its natural gas concession on Turkmenistan’s Caspian Sea shelf over frustration at excess bureaucracy and…

  • Putin’s Wish For A Strong Sino-Russian Relationship Is Crumbling

    Published 01 September 2015 | viewed 5,733 times

    Russian President Vladimir Putin with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping China will host a huge military parade in Beijing on September 3, and President Vladimir…

  • Tension Growing In Kazakhstan As Oil Prices Batter Economy

    Published 18 August 2015 | viewed 11,468 times

    Sinking oil prices are putting the brakes on Kazakhstan’s once-soaring economy, forcing layoffs in the all-important energy sector. With memories of the months-long strike in…

  • How Russia’s Energy Giant Imploded

    Published 05 August 2015 | viewed 19,817 times

    It was not too long ago that Gazprom, the state-controlled energy conglomerate, was one of the Kremlin’s most potent geopolitical weapons. But those days now…

  • Iran Could Play An Important Role In EU Energy Security

    Published 07 May 2015 | viewed 4,853 times

    With the world’s fourth largest gas reserves, Turkmenistan has enough to keep everybody happy. But for the remote Central Asia country and its suitors, taking…

  • Azerbaijan Eyeing Gas Opportunity In Europe

    Published 11 March 2015 | viewed 6,444 times

    Azerbaijan is running lower on energy income but, amidst a revived push for a role in gas distribution in Europe, not on energy-ambitions. Baku is…

  • Could Turkey Become The New Ukraine?

    Published 12 February 2015 | viewed 22,094 times

    The deepening crisis in Ukraine is boosting Turkey’s decade-long efforts to establish itself as the lynchpin in energy flows from eastern providers to European customers.…

  • The Beginning Of the End For Putinism

    Published 24 January 2015 | viewed 6,979 times

    The combination of Western sanctions and the collapse of oil prices is exposing deep structural problems in Russia’s economy, and it is showing the petro-state…

  • Central Asia In For A Painful 2015

    Published 21 January 2015 | viewed 6,412 times

    The International Monetary Fund has revised downward its forecast for growth in Central Asia and the former Soviet Union to account for dramatically lower oil…

  • What Part Did Russia Play In Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan Gas Dispute?

    Published 10 January 2015 | viewed 8,986 times

    Kyrgyzstan is happy because 60,000 customers in a potentially restive part of the country aren’t relying on dung to heat their homes; Uzbekistan again has…

  • Azerbaijan Can Handle Low Oil Prices Say Officials

    Published 03 January 2015 | viewed 6,169 times

    “Azerbaijan is not afraid of $60 per barrel,” a headline on the pro-government Azerbaijani news site Trend proclaimed recently. But with Brent crude oil, the…

  • Russia Hopes To Win Turkey Over With New Pipeline Deal

    Published 13 December 2014 | viewed 14,095 times

    Energy-poor Turkey stands to benefit from Moscow’s surprise decision to drop the $45-billion South Stream natural gas pipeline project, analysts say. At the same time,…

  • Is Big Change On The Horizon For Eurasian Gas Market?

    Published 08 November 2014 | viewed 9,360 times

    It has been a chastening few months for gas-rich Turkmenistan. Two long-standing energy buyers have indicated they will stop purchasing the country’s natural gas, potentially…

  • Oil Price Slump Threatens Kazakhstan’s Stability

    Published 01 November 2014 | viewed 11,135 times

    The steep decline in global oil prices is stoking angst in Kazakhstan. Experts and officials alike say the government has ample resources to grapple with…

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