2023 March 24

The darker the merrier: do sanctions entail the IMO system collapse?

2023 March 3

Through the back gate: logistics of Belarus-China cooperation

2023 February 7

Iskenderun: not critical but tangible

2023 January 23

Proper control in contiguous zone: what can Estonia do with Russian ships?

2023 January 11

Energy of change: what fuel is needed for Russian ships?

2022 December 6

Reaching the cap: what threatens shipping of Russia oil?

2022 November 25

Will Russian oil transportation via the Bosporus be halted?

2022 October 14

Autonomous shipping and cybercrime

2022 August 12

Black spot for black diamonds: redirection of Russian coal flows

2022 July 8

Can Russia stop exporting fertilizers via the Baltic states?

2022 May 24

Is it reasonable to withdraw from agreements on environmentally friendly marine fuels?

2022 April 26

Out of reach: exports to APR stuck in infrastructure

2022 April 11

Ban on something already banned

2022 April 5

Revival of Caspian logistics

2022 March 31

Metallic voice: Prices undermine civil segment of domestic shipbuilding

2022 March 21

Baltic blockade: what is it about?

2022 March 5

New reality: the eastern vector of logistics

2022 February 24

Shipping in the Sea of Azov is frozen: how critical is it?

2022 February 21

Local content in shipbuilding: how to upgrade the dredging fleet in Russia?

2022 February 14

From carbon-free shipping to runaway inflation

2022 February 3

Unlucky Belarusian potassium under export ban

2022 January 26

Transshipment of LNG for bucks: is it worth allowing stevedoring sector charging USD for handling services?

2022 January 19

Money for offshore wind: development of renewable energy sources as a new cargo base for waterborne transport

2022 January 10

Railway collapse: the roads bypass ports

2021 December 27

Railway and water transport balance

2021 December 10

Environmentalism: two sides of the same coin