Tag Archives: energy security

North Stream 2: Continental Divider, Not a Uniter

The pipeline has less to do with energy supply and a lot more to do with dividing the EU.

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EU: Brussels Needs Real Energy Pro

The CEE countries were left out of all top jobs in Brussels. As compensation, the top EU energy job should be filled by them.

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Gazprom and the Dead Parrot Argument

Gazprom’s North Stream 2 gas pipeline has not been completed. Now the company wants to sue the EU for applying its own rules and regulations to the project.

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Nordstream 2: How Germany Lets Down Europe

For all the emphasis on pursuing Germany’s “national interest,” the planned new pipeline undermines the EU, Germany itself and German influence in Europe.

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Europe: A New Geopolitical Tax?

How best to cope with an era of new divisions in Europe.

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Ukraine’s Energy Future

Ukraine’s economic freedom depends more on its energy freedom than on any other single factor.

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10 Steps Europe Must Take on Energy

How to meet the opportunity presented by Russia to ready the EU’s energy policies for a more stable future

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U.S. Energy “Security” — Beware False Comfort

Reliance on a phony form of “energy security” locks the U.S. into a world of diminishing returns.

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Energy Security: Asia’s Achilles Heel

What is the weakest point in the geopolitical rise of Asia — and what are the rising nations doing to fix it?

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Why Global Energy Diplomacy Matters

What is the U.S. State Department’s vision for a better future for global energy and the environment?

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