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Morocco is key to the EU’s Neighborhood Policy

Morocco has positioned and developed itself as an indisputable oasis of social and economic stability in a part of the world where such claims are few and far between; a fact that is not lost on many of Europe's politicians.

Weaning itself off of Russian energy, the EU looks to Azerbaijan, East Med

As Europe tries to lessen its dependence on Russian energy after the Kremlin's invasion of Ukraine, the EU is turning to Azerbaijan and the...

Greece’s Thessaloniki International Fair focuses on the American factor

The Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) has for 83 years marked the traditional high point of the Greek economic calendar and forms the venue for...

John Kerry finally visits Athens. What to Expect

After one postponement last month due to the Syria crisis, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry finally arrives for a short visit in Athens...

Putin Pushes South Stream In Belgrade, Milan

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visits to Belgrade and Milan allowed the Kremlin leader to push the planned South Stream gas pipeline that would allow...

Gazprom Neft Well-Prepared For US-EU Sanctions

Gazprom Neft has been well prepared to face Western sanctions, a source close to the company told New Europe on October 10. The oil...

EU’s Cold War With Russia Worries German Business

RHODES, Greece – German business, including some major energy companies, are frustrated that “the political war” between EU and Russia has become an “economic war...

Serbia Says Bets Off For South Stream

ATHENS - Serbia is concerned with the future of the Gazprom-driven South Stream gas pipeline following the deterioration of relations between Russia and the...

Lifting US Oil Export Ban to Hurt Putin

The United States can squeeze Russia’s oil profits, increasing pressure on the Kremlin and Russian President Vladimir Putin’s policies in Ukraine while, at the...

Turkey Wants Kurds’ Energy Hand

Turkey is turning to the Kurdistan Region of Iraq to meet its growing demand for energy. Co-operation with Erbil may help Ankara diversify its oil and...

EU Commission, Gazprom Square Off

There is little love lost between Russia and the EU these days. Tension has already been heightened by disagreements over Syria, with Moscow warning...

Gazprom, SOCAR for Greece’s DEPA, DESFA

ATHENS - Following Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ visit to Baku on 19 May and Gazprom CEO Alexey Miller’s visit to Athens on 21...

Climate Talks Will Always Have Paris

PARIS – On 16 May, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said he is “counting on help from the regions” as Paris undertakes the responsibility...

Gazprom snubs EU-Ukraine gas talks

On 3 May, EU Energy Commissioner Günther Oettinger and Ukraine’s Energy and Coal Industry Minister Eduard Stavytsky led a two-day international high-level roundtable to...

Eco-innovation starts in Abruzzo

PESCARA, Italy – The Abruzzo region, Italy’s emerging tourist destination, is no stranger to crisis. An earthquake rocked L'Aquila in central Italy in 2009...

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