Date: 1 May 2019
Russia Monitor Monthly 04/2019
All April Russia Monitor articles, which include reviews of the most important events related to Russian security and its foreign policy, available in one file.
- “Dirty Oil in the Druzhba Pipeline Could Be Sabotage”
- Were Top FSB Officials Jailed over Oligarchs’ Struggle?
- Denmark Helps Ukraine to Maintain Current Gas Transit Levels
- No More “Teflon” Putin: President’s Plunging Popularity
- Rosneft’s Sechin Makes Promises for the Arctic
- Russia Performs a Military Buildup on Its Western Flank
- Russia’s Baltic LNG: Gazprom Stays, Shell Quits, Rotenberg Brothers Enter
- Putin-Kim Summit: What Advantages for the Kremlin?
- Russian-Syrian Talks: Moscow Strengthens Military Presence in Syria
- Moscow Is Escalating Anti-Western Rhetoric
- Putin Announces End of Compulsory Military Service in Russia
- Gazprom’s Seleznev Fired Amid Corruption Charges
- Russian Fleet Holds Military Drills in the North Atlantic
- Sudan Coup: What’s Next with Russian “Advisers”?
- Putin-Erdogan Meeting: Turkey Shifts Towards Russia
- LNG and Northern Sea Route: Putin Sets Goals for the Arctic
- Russia Seeks to Boost Oil Output Despite OPEC+ Deal
- Netanyahu Heads to Moscow As Israelis Prepare for Elections
- Local and State Authorities Foster Novatek’s LNG Expansion
- Russia Is Waiting for the Second Round of Ukraine’s Presidential Election