Policy Memos by Adam Stulberg

Adam Stulberg 11-16-2020

(PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo) These days there is much ado about the international security consequences of the slumping U.S....

Adam Stulberg 01-02-2020

(PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo) Western sanctions on Russia have failed demonstratively to secure Moscow’s formal compliance with stated objectives. Both sides seem worlds apart in their expectations and approaches;...

Adam Stulberg 12-19-2017

(PONARS Policy Memo) Energy Sanctions and statecraft are mainstays of Western policy toward Russia and this looks unlikely to...

Adam Stulberg 09-19-2014

Нынешний кризис в Украине снова выдвинул газовую дипломатию на первый план большой политики. Многие считают, что «газовое оружие» является постоянной козырной картой Москвы, используемой для того, чтобы безнаказанно выкручивать Киеву руки, при этом удерживая Европу...

Adam Stulberg 08-29-2014

The current crisis in Ukraine has again foisted natural gas diplomacy to the fore of great power politics. Many view the gas weapon as Moscow’s continuing trump card for coercing Kyiv with impunity and keeping Europe at bay. As was the case during the 2006 and 2009...

Adam Stulberg 02-12-2014

Изменяющаяся конъюнктура рынка природного газа, движимая развитием проектов поставок сжиженного природного газа (СПГ), бум разработки нетрадиционных запасов газа в Северной Америке, затяжной глобальный экономический спад, пересмотр норм в атомной промышленности в...

Adam Stulberg 09-27-2013

The changing natural gas landscape—driven by the rise of liquid natural gas (LNG) projects, unconventional boom in North America, protracted global economic slowdown, post-Fukushima recalibration in the nuclear sector, and shifting geography of demand and supply—has...

Adam Stulberg 07-23-2012

Russia’s 2009 gas cutoff to Ukraine and the European Union and subsequent efforts to establish control over the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) reignited concerns about a “re-energized” Russian...

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Adam Stulberg 07-23-2012

Northeast Asia is widely regarded as “ground zero” for global energy activity, with mounting demand and anxiety about over-reliance on vulnerable sea-lines from traditional but unstable Middle Eastern...

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Adam Stulberg 07-23-2012

In April 2007, then Russian president Vladimir Putin extolled nanotechnology research as the key to establishing Russia’s competitive advantage in the high-tech world economy and the next round of the...

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About the author

Technology, and Policy, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs; Associate Director, Strategic Energy Institute
Georgia Tech