30 Jan 2011
CASD CeMiSS Quarterly January 2011
Author: Giacomo Cimetta Goldkorn, Paolo Quercia, Andrea Grazioso, Lucio Martino, Fausto Biloslavo, Maria Egizia Gattamorta, Lorenzo Striuli, Nunziante Mastrolia,Riccardo Gefter Wondrich,Lorena Di Placido,Gerardo Iovane,Valerio Bosco, Riccardo Campa,Vari
Centro Alti Studi per la Difesa (CASD)
L'Osservatorio Strategico raccoglie analisi e reports concernenti differenti aree regionali, focalizzandosi su tematiche di natura politica, diplomatica, cooperazione, geopolitica, organizzazioni internazionali e sicurezza energetica.
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How to Succeed with a Thousand TWh Reform?
Author: Laura Solanko
Finnish Institute of International Affairs (FIIA)
This paper provides an overview of the reform process in the Russian power sector, and an update on the situation in late 2010.
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"EU-Russia Energy Relations: The Role of International Law from Energy Investment and Transit Perspective"
Author: Anna Aseeva
Institut européen de l'Université de Genève (IEUG)
Since the establishment of official relations between the EC and the USSR, Russian-European energy relations have largely evolved as a result of numerous changes regarding both partners: the Soviet Union disintegrated, allowing Russia to emerge as an...
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Climate Change and the Energy Crunch
Author: Mark A Smith, Mohammed El-Katiri, Steven J Main
Research & Assessment Branch (R&AB)
If Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) scenarios turn out to be correct, then climate change could inter-connect with both energy and food/water security to become a major security challenge in the next few decades.
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The Hydra-Headed Crisis
Author: David Held, Mary Kaldor, Danny Quah
LSE Global Governance
We are living at a time of successive crises – the Haiti earthquake, famine in East Africa, the Taliban attack on Kabul, the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the Boxing Day Tsunami, Hurricane Katrina…No sooner does one crisis disappear from the headlines...
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