EIRP Russia Energy Series – Rosatom: A Difficult Target
In the first installment in a new EIRP working paper series on Russian Energy, Alexandra Prokopenko, a Visiting Fellow at the German Council on Foreign Relations and Non-Resident Scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, assesses Russian nuclear energy monopoly Rosatom’s international activity in the wake of Russia’s war in Ukraine and U.S. and allied efforts to apply economic pressure through sanctions. In “Rosatom—A Difficult Target,” she concludes that in view of U.S. and EU reliance on Rosatom for uranium and enrichment services, “reducing Rosatom’s global role will not be quick, easy, or cheap.”
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“Rosatom: A Difficult Target” is the first in a series of EIRP working papers on Russian Energy. You can find other papers in the series below. Subscribe here to stay up-to-date on the latest EIRP news and analysis.
Rosatom – A Difficult Target, by Alexandra Prokopenko
Russia’s Oil Sector – Wounded But Still Working, by Sergey Vakulenko
Cooling Prospects for Russia’s Arctic Development?, by Timur Kulakhmetov
The Outlook for Russia’s Natural Gas Sector, by Tatiana Mitrova