Economy & Business

18 July 2005
A Bear Hug for a Dragon Premium
Why China looks likely to win the battle for a pipeline from Russia's Far East.
By Vlado Vivoda
 
18 July 2005
Oil Drumming Premium
Russia eyes a stronger clout in the Caspian region. From EurasiaNet.
By Sergei Blagov
 
11 July 2005
The Road Ahead Premium
Foreign business people are pushing trade policies that may harm Mongolian democracy and national security.
By Alicia Campi
 
Courtesy of Stewart Moore, aka Opipop.com
7 July 2005
Peer Pressure Premium
The Czechs debate the virtues of a flat tax, but is it a fad or the future?
By Chris Mayo
 
30 June 2005
A Region in the Dark Premium
Georgia’s government has promised to make 2006 first year since 1992 without blackouts. But how to make that happen?
By Paul Rimple
 
29 June 2005
Rising from the Ashes?
A reported deal with Fiat might give the once-mighty Zastava carmaker a chance for a fresh start.
By Milovan Mracevich
 
10 June 2005
Un-Social Europe Premium
Alarm bells should be ringing about work safety in the new EU member-states. Unfortunately, EU policies may only worsen the situation.
By Charles Woolfson
 
6 June 2005
Geopolitical Geometry Premium
Russia, India and China form a cautious alliance in search of a “multipolar world.”
By Sergei Borisov
 

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