26 Mar 2014
The Geopolitical Potential of the US Energy Boom
Author: Michael A Levi
Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
In this testimony before the US House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs, the CFR's Michael Levi reviews both the geopolitical advantages and risks of the US energy boom, particularly in relation to Russia.
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19 Mar 2014
Russian Belligerence and Europe’s Energy Security
Author: Annika Ahtonen
European Policy Centre (EPC)
This commentary argues that Russia's actions in Crimea in early 2014 demonstrate that the EU cannot depend on Moscow as an energy supplier as it may use this position as a political tool.
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12 Mar 2014
Is Europe Vulnerable to Russian Gas Cuts?
Author: Arno Behrens, Julian Wieczorkiewicz
Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
This commentary examines whether the Europe of 2014 is as vulnerable to potential cuts in Russian gas supplies as it was when supplies where disrupted in 2009.
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5 Mar 2014
Central-Asia-Caucasus Analyst, Vol 17, No 4
Author: Huseyn Aliyev, Emil Souleimanov, Stephen Blank, Jacob Zenn, Richard Weitz, Arslan Sabyrbekov, Eka Janashi, Oleg Salimov, Mina Muradova
Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and Silk Road Studies Program (CACI-SRSP)
This journal contains articles on 1) what the South Caucasus can learn from the Maidan protests in Ukraine, 2) how Azerbaijan’s investment in gas pipelines is leading to a growing strategic role for the country 3) Kyrgyzstan’s increasing vulnerabilit...
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Russian Energy Supplies to Europe
Author: Kirsten Westphal
Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)
In light of Russia's annexation of Crimea, this commentary discusses the implications of Russian energy exports to the EU.
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Will Beijing Fill the US Power Vacuum in the Middle East?
Author: Christina Lin
Institut für Strategie- Politik- Sicherheits- und Wirtschaftsberatung (ISPSW)
In this transcript, Christina Lin evaluates the impact of US diminishing commitment and China’s increasing engagement in the Middle East.
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