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Bailiffs impound assets as Kazakh minister accuses Russian space agency chief of “diplomatic mistake” over objections to postponement of work at Baikonur cosmodrome.
Widely seen as a marriage of convenience, economic ties between Russia and China are rapidly deepening as the two countries are driven together by pressure from the West.
Not only have the extreme sanctions imposed on Russia following its invasion of Ukraine in February not crushed the economy, Russia is making a killing from the war thanks to the abundant leaks in the sanction regime.
The search for alternative markets is being stepped up to secure the long-term future of the Russian gas industry. In the short-term Russia can't switch to Asia, but by the early 2030 Russia could be sending up to 126bcm to Asia.
Russia’s economy seems to be doing a lot better than was expected. The International Monetary Fund recently improved its growth outlook for this year.
World’s most sanctioned nations Russia and Iran have lately struck deals in areas including aviation, transit, food commodities and oil and gas.
Russian space chief Dmitri Rogozin has indicated that developers of a craft being designed for the pad will have to work around sanctions.
To the West, Russia is once more viewed as an international pariah. For a viable economic path, Moscow must look east and south across Asia. Afghanistan as well as Central Asia could be crucial to its plans.
Russia loses from war in Ukraine, even if it wins. China wins from the war irrespective of whether Russia wins or loses. The US also wins from both a Russian victory and a defeat, but its win is less if Russia wins. Everyone else loses.
An emergency session of the United Nations General Assembly voted overwhelmingly to condemn Russia’s attack on Ukraine on February 24. Only five members voted against the resolution six days later.
Mongolian deputy PM and Gazprom chair Alexey Miller hold online meeting for next stage of project to transit Russian gas to China.
The new launchpad is designed to accommodate more environmentally safe craft.
The Ryanair incident on 23 May was as much a bellwether for the status quo in Belarus as it is a geopolitical catalyst.
UK company has Soyuz rockets deal and $1.7bn backing from Airbus, Coca-Cola, Virgin, Qualcomm and Softbank to deploy global network.
Poroshenko has blurred the line between business and politics, deflected the anti-corruption efforts at every turn, and the businesses and politicians associated with him are flourishing at a time when Ukraine’s economy is in crisis.