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  • revue-de-presse
    More oil and ore along Northern Sea Route
    11 février 2011,

    SOURCE : The Barents Observer (11-02-11) At least 150,000 tons of oil, 400,000 tons of gas condensate and 600,000 tons of iron ore are planned shipped along the Northern Sea Route [...]

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    Renforcer les îles Kouriles, c’est garantir la paix
    11 février 2011,

    SOURCE : Ria Novosti (11-02-11) La nouvelle dégradation des relations entre la Russie et le Japon sur le problème des îles Kouriles pourrait se poursuivre. Les autorités russes se sont sérieusement [...]

  • revue-de-presse
    Russia Raps Japan Over Island Dispute
    11 février 2011,

    SOURCE : Reuters (11-02-11) MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia and Japan crossed swords publicly Friday over Moscow’s invitation for China and South Korea to invest in an island chain at the center [...]

  • revue-de-presse
    Minerals behind Tonga, Fiji border spat?
    10 février 2011,

    SOURCE : Stuff (Nouvelle-Zélande) (10-02-11) Telstra reports huge profit drop Rupert Murdoch ‘to buy’ daughter’s company Minerals behind Tonga, Fiji border spat? Bank demands Madoff jury trial UK bank deal sealed [...]

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    New drilling method opens vast oil fields in US
    10 février 2011,

    SOURCE : Associated Press (10-02-11) A new drilling technique is opening up vast fields of previously out-of-reach oil in the western United States, helping reverse a two-decade decline in domestic production [...]

  • revue-de-presse
    Japan Watches Russian Military Near Disputed Isles
    10 février 2011,

    SOURCE : Reuters (10-02-11) TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan is closely monitoring stepped-up activity by Russia’s military near disputed islands, Japan’s chief spokesman said Thursday after Moscow said it would deploy new [...]

  • revue-de-presse
    Deep sea mining firms face no-limits claims
    9 février 2011,

    SOURCE : Manila Bulletin (09-02-11) HAMBURG (dpa) – Deep sea mining companies will bear unlimited liability for any ecological damage they cause in international waters, a panel of 11 UN judges [...]

  • revue-de-presse
    Russia against militarized Arctic
    9 février 2011,

    SOURCE : Ria Novosti (08-02-11) Russia is opposed to the militarization of the Arctic, Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov was quoted as saying on Tuesday. Serdyukov spoke after a meeting with his Danish [...]

  • revue-de-presse
    A Look At Oil Rich Venezuela’s Shrinking Economy
    8 février 2011,

    SOURCE : Economy Watch (07-02-11) In booming South America, oil-rich Venezuela is the exception: the continent’s only shrinking economy in 2010. Officials are rationing hard currency. Government takeovers of private businesses are [.. ...

  • revue-de-presse
    A Snow Dragon in the Arctic
    7 février 2011,

    SOURCE : Jamestown (08-02-11) China is stepping up its activities in a warming and changing Arctic Ocean Basin. While Beijing’s interests and policy objectives there remain unclear, it is increasingly active [...]

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    Anadarko makes 4th offshore gas find in Mozambique
    7 février 2011,

    SOURCE : Reuters (07-02-11) (Reuters) – U.S. oil and gas firm Anadarko Petroleum Corp said on Monday it had made its fourth natural gas discovery in the Rovuma Basin, the latest [...]