A look at Georgia’s near-term future as a potential bridge connecting Europe and Asia. Continue reading Not all Song and Dance: Georgia as a New Economic Center?
2018 marked the worst year for Russian initial public offerings on record. How did Russia get here and what is the market’s outlook? Continue reading The State of Russia’s IPO Market
The only thing explicitly linking Russia and Chechnya is the flow of money. What does this mean for the two? Continue reading How Russia is Losing Domestic Control in Chechnya
A look at Russia’s continuous civil nuclear development for economic power abroad. Continue reading Do Svidaniya, Chernobyl: Russian economic statecraft in Turkey and Belarus
State security company “Okhrana” has a tough ending to 2018 Continue reading Russia’s National Guard Sets its Sights on the Country’s Private Security Business
A refuse-processing company, Resursosberezhenie KhMAO, listed the first green bonds every issues by a Russian company. Continue reading Green By Name, Green By Nature: The First Russian Green Bonds
Why is Moscow still considering Venezuela as a strategic partner after an economic meltdown? Continue reading Why Russia Sticks With Venezuela