In the Politics of Energy Russia Remains a Superpower



Despite waning military power, Russia is still one the few energy superpowers in the world. It has the world's largest gas reserves and is the world's second largest oil producer. Almost all of its neighbouring countries and most of the European nations depend on Russia for their energy needs.
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