Afghanistan Priority: Energy Security


A lot has happened in Afghanistan in recent days intrinsic more to geopolitics than to Afghanistan itself: Russia-US joint anti-drugs operations are in being put in full swing, Russia has offered up Ulyanovsk for NATO’s Afghan transit needs, and both Beijing and Moscow have been asked to contribute financially to Afghan security forces. Following a two-day NATO-Russia summit that ended on 19 April, Russia agreed to allow NATO’s ISAF troops to use its rail network and air transport running through the town of Ulyanovsk to send supplies…

Read more...

More from Commodities

Watch This If You're Wondering How Much Gold to Have and When to Sell

Watch This If You're Wondering How Much Gold to Have and When to Sell

How Can Gold Continue This Upward Momentum?

How Can Gold Continue This Upward Momentum?

Week Ahead: Investors Keep Economy in Check as Trade, North Korea Talks in Limbo

Week Ahead: Investors Keep Economy in Check as Trade, North Korea Talks in Limbo

Oil Rally Steadies Even as Potential Supply Disruptions Persist

Oil Rally Steadies Even as Potential Supply Disruptions Persist

The Outlook for Gold Prices Looks Awful Even With 10-Year Yields Above 3%

The Outlook for Gold Prices Looks Awful Even With 10-Year Yields Above 3%