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The global energy markets have been undergoing tectonic shifts in recent years. They include an unprecedented growth of Chinese demand, a rebalancing of global trade towards Asia, North America’s transformation into a potential net exporter of energy resources, and the reorientation of the European ...

Starting from spring 2010, tensions on the Korean Peninsula have risen considerably. The Korean issue involves a broader circle of participants than just the two Koreas. Being a leader in regional affairs China has an active position and clearly has a strategic vision of the situation, which the oth...

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09.07.2020

“Training in the morning frees rest of the day - this is our general rule,” – Irina Mironova, senior specialist at Gazprom, senior lecturer of international programs at European University at St. Petersburg, and Dmitry Kovchegin, independent consultant.

20.05.2015

“In the changing conditions of the development of natural gas markets, Russia and Iran are playing on the same field, and the changes that are taking place in Iran’s oil and gas sector, which are reflected on the exporting potential of the country, will inevitably impact in the potential Russian participation in international natural gas markets. We are also likely to see changes in the arrangement of traditional competition among international organizations. The future of competition between Russia and Iran may depend on the following factors: first, Iran’s conscious decision to enter markets that Russia is seeking (comprised of mostly non-Europeans), and secondly, the prospect of coordinated actions within the framework of existing institutions in gas markets”, – Researcher of the Institute of Energy Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences Irina Mironova.

29.04.2015

The new issue of Security Index journal offers several predictions for the development of international security. First of all, during the round table "Russia, challenges to its security and answers: expectations for 2014 and reality–2015"  Dmitry Trenin, Dmitry Evstafiev, Armen Oganesyan, Vadim Kozyulin and Andrei Suzdaltsev, someone a year ago, someone a little more – have given us their predictions about what threats and challenges Russia will face and how she will react to them. And now in the spring of 2015, they don't just look at their own predictions of that absolutely unpredictable year, but also offer their views in 2015.   

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Mironova, Irina Y. image
Name: Mironova, Irina Y.
City: Moscow
Affiliation: PhD Student at the Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Expertise:
Relations between South Korea and DPRK
Russian energy policy
Energy Charter and European energy markets
Biography :

Holds master's degree from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands (Modern History and International Relations, 2010) and bachelor's degree from the Ural State University, Ekaterinburg, Russia (International Relations / Oriental Studies, 2008). In 2005-2006 participated in student exchange programme in Sungkyunkwan University (Seoul, South Korea). In 2009-2010 was an intern at the Netherlands Institute of International Relations Clingendael (The Hague, the Netherlands), in May-August 2010 participated in a traineeship programme at the Energy Charter Secretariat (Brussels, Belgium). Irina has publications in International Gas (magazine of the International Gas Union), Eurasia Energy Observer and other editions. Academic interests include regions of Northeast Asia and Central Asia, and regional aspects of energy security.

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Starting from spring 2010, tensions on the Korean Peninsula have risen considerably. The Korean issue involves a broader circle of participants than just the two Koreas. Being a leader in regional affairs China has an active position and clearly has a strategic vision of the situation, which the oth...

Participation in the integration processes in Asia Pacific means, first and foremost, economic cooperation. In the period from July to September 2010 trade with the APEC countries accounted for 23.3%of Russian foreign trade. (Trade with the EU constituted 49.5% and with the CIS 13.8%). The figure ha...

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