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Russia's Emerging Place In The Eurasian Hydrocarbon Energy Complex

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This chapter addresses Russian energy policies in Eurasia, including the Caspian Sea region, in relation to China and the EU, in the context of current geopolitical developments. It also addresses where appropriate the role of the US in the structuration of geo-economic relations in Eurasia. The chapter focuses mainly on the stakes concerned in the negotiation and construction of major Central Eurasian energy pipelines over the last two decades, with special attention to the twenty-first century and its most recent years. It addresses together the phases of emergence and autopoiesis in Central Eurasian energy geo-economics, i.e., 1989-1994 and 1995-2000. The analysis of Russia's emerging place in the Eurasian hydrocarbon energy complex largely means exploring the possible triangularizations of bilateral Russia-Turkmenistan and bilateral Russia- Kazakhstan relations.

Keywords: Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC); Eurasian hydrocarbon energy complex; Russian energy policies



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