Russia, Oil and Geopolitics in the Covid-19 Era
Professor Angela Stent, leading expert on Russia and global geopolitics, offers timely insight on the changing landscape for Russian politics and the implications for oil, Covid 19 responses, and the future great power relations. Professor Stent, Director of the Georgetown’s Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies is author, most recently, of “Putin’s War: Russia Against the West and with the Rest.”
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Play video Oil Market Scenarios for a post-Pandemic World
Oil Market Scenarios for a post-Pandemic World
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Play video Post Election Outlook: Energy, Climate & Geopolitics
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