There’s no shortage of mutual historic distrust between the Russian and Chinese governments. Is that changing?
Foreign policy used to be a craft practised by diplomats and statesmen. No longer.
Many question the legitimacy of German trepidation regarding the building of an energy terminal in northwest Poland as further proof positive of heavy Russian influence in both Berlin and throughout the European Union. Although at face value, Germany’s concerns centre on the environmental impact, CEC Government Relations Founder Marek Matraszek believes, (as excerpted from Business New [...]
Robert Amsterdam’s speech on corporate foreign policy in Helsinki, Finland.
Leaders of Bolivia’s rightist opposition today denied any links to an alleged plot to kill President Evo Morales, and condemned last week’s shooting of three suspected mercenaries by police. Officials in the eastern city of Santa Cruz called for an international investigation into the killings in the city when police moved to arrest a [...]
For years now I have closely followed developments at Russia’s Shtokman Field – a very large natural gas field in the Barent’s Sea. We have observed the Kremlin dangle the opportunity before several oil and gas multinationals, extracting the greatest political leverage possible. Today, the Wall Street Journal reports on the almost punitive terms of [...]