Robert Rajczyk

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Robert Rajczyk is a journalist and political scientist. He is an assistant professor at the University of Silesia. He specializes in the analysis of policies in the CEE&SE Asia regions as well as mass communication and propaganda. He has been Taiwan Fellowship’s Programme recipient in 2015, 2017 and 2019.

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Russia’s Lukoil Makes Record Profit

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Oil Production In Russia Will Fall, OPEC Says

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Not Only Disputed Kuril Islands: Ties Between Russia, Japan Soured Considerably

Not Only Disputed Kuril Islands: Ties Between Russia, Japan Soured Considerably

First, the FSB detained a Japanese consul, then Moscow suspended a visa-free regime to travel off the Kuril Islands while Japan responded with a fresh batch of sanctions. Tensions have run high between Moscow and Tokyo. Both have a very slim chance to improve ties as Japan is aware of the Chinese threat and the Russian aggressive policy being two sides of the same coin.

Russia’s Energy Sales Suffer Amid Mild Weather And Chinese Lockdown Measures

Russia’s Energy Sales Suffer Amid Mild Weather And Chinese Lockdown Measures

Vladimir Putin is playing the energy crisis to force Western states and Ukraine into peace concessions. But the weather is not that much to the liking of the Kremlin as unusually mild temperatures tame European demand for gas. For its part, Chinese oil demand has shrunk amid new Covid lockdown measures across the country. Russia struggles to sell its energy, also amid the decline in prices.

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