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Russia - South Korea Relations in Energy Sphere: Traditional and Emerging Formats of Cooperation

Student: Alexander Ignatov

Supervisor: Maxim Bratersky

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: International Relations: European and Asian Studies (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2017

Energy policy is acknowledged as a top-priority issue shaping a state’s behavior on international arena. The importance of energy policy is determined by complicated politico-economical pattern of international relations in this sphere and a huge role of energy in the context of state security. The Russian Federation is an important actor in global energy. The top priority of Russia’s energy policy is diversification of energy export in order to avoid potential risks. The Republic of Korea can be named as one of Russia’s perspective partners due to its growing demand for energy resources. At the same time, Russia and South Korea can maintain relations on alternative basis (nuclear energy, renewables, etc.) This thesis paper is devoted to building-up and detection of the most probable scenario for Russia- South Korea relations in the long term.

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