Chapter 1. Introduction
Part 1. Russian Aluminium and Market Forces
Chapter 2. Basics of the Global Aluminium Market
Chapter 3. Soviet and Russian Aluminium until 2000 in Brief
Chapter 4. National Consolidation 2000-2007
Chapter 5. Global Consolidation and Challenges 2007-2016
Part 2. Russian aluminium and Russian politics
Chapter 6. Intermezzo: or, Regional Aluminium GamesChapter 7. Capture of the Russian State under Yeltsin?
Chapter 8. Return of the State under Putin
Chapter 9. Masters of the Russian Aluminium RouletteChapter 10. Conclusions
Jakub M. Godzimirski is Research Professor at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) in Oslo, Norway. He has been working on Russian foreign and security policy issues at NUPI for more than 20 years, paying special attention to the role of energy resources in Russian grand strategy. His current research focuses on developments in Eastern Europe and post-Soviet space, including economy, security and foreign policy and migration and diaspora related questions.
"This book will provide the reader an understanding of the Russian aluminium industry as one of the most important segments of the Russian economy. The book shows that the Al industry is on the one hand very strongly connected to global markets, but on the other hand clearly influenced by Russian politics." (METALL, Vol. 73 (1-2), 2019)