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Both Russia and Qatar have plans to diversify their economies, but both remain heavily dependent on the production of raw materials, with oil and gas exports generating the bulk of their governments’ revenues. Assessing the current state of economic relations between Russia and Qatar, especially in ...

At first glance, Russia and Qatar have very little in common – but there are in fact many similarities between the two. Both countries have plans to diversify their economies, but both remain heavily dependent on the production of raw materials, with oil and gas exports generating the bulk of their ...

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11.07.2013

The new issue of the Security Index journal to some extent is dedicated to the problem of the ideological and value deficiencies among political elites and the impact of the choice of these elites on the state of affairs in the international security sphere. Apart from the role of political elites in international relations, the authors turned their attention to the perspectives of international cooperation in nuclear security sphere, the development of energy sector in the Middle East, the problem of anti-missile defence in Russia-USA relations and other relevant issues.

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Name: Kasaev Eldar
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Expert on international law. In 2008 he graduated the International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy at the MGIMO University in Moscow. He is the author of over 250 publications on the Middle East and North Africa. The areas of academic interests include legal aspects of subsoil use, investment climate, prospects of the Russian companies in the Middle East and North Africa (Iran, Iraq, Qatar, Kuwait, Algeria, and Libya). In 2006 he conducted research for Rosneft on analysis of political, economic and legal risks in a number of the Middle East and North African countries.

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