Date: 25 May 2020
Russia Monitor Monthly 04/2020
All Russia Monitor articles from April are now available in one file, which is a review of the most important events from last month regarding broadly understood security policy in Russia and the Kremlin’s foreign policy.
Content of the new issue:
• Is Prime Minister Mishustin a Failed Experiment?
• Russia’s Federal Authorities See Falling Rating Over Coronavirus Crisis
• OPEC+ Deal: Crude Oil Companies Agreed with the Government
• Russia’s Gazprom Sees Fall in Gas Output and Export Volumes
• Amid Coronavirus Pandemic and Oil Crisis, Russian Economy Is Suffocating
• Russian Oil Companies Hit By “Black April”
• Russia Is Open for Talks with U.S. on Nuclear Disarmament
• Does Turkey’s S-400 Delay Mean No Longer Close Ties with Russia?
• Russian Top Defense and Interior Officials
• Coronavirus Outbreak Puts Russian Jails Under Severe Threat
• Russia Confronts Serious Technical Problems on the Pathway to Curb Crude Output
• Who Will Complete Nord Stream 2?
• Russian Oil Companies Squabble Over New OPEC Deal
• In the Balkans, Turkstream Pipeline Sees Further Delays
• Russia’s Shoigu Goes to a Monument War with the Czech Republic
• Russia Wages Spy War with Ukraine
• Coronavirus Crisis Hits Hard Russia’s Healthcare, Business and Military
• Small Russian Oil Firms Ask Prime Minister for Help
• Coronavirus in Russia: Nationwide Paid Holidays Deliver Severe Blow to Economy
• COVID-19 Disinformation: Russia Sends “Aid” to the US
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