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ENERGY SECURITY: KEY TO EU-TURKEY RELATIONS?

by Lamprini Basdeki, MSc candidate on International Security and Law, University of Southern Denmark. Originally published on 2014/09/20 Introduction During the past years, the relationship between the European Union and Turkey has found itself in a relevant stability: there has been… Continue Reading →

Pre-EU Summit Insights: Juncker to triumph over Cameron?

Originally published on 2014/06/25 EPC’s leading European politics expert Janis A. Emmanouilidis gives Lénaïc Vaudin d’Imécourt an exclusive pre-summit analysis of the EU leaders’ meeting taking place on 26 and 27 June. Topics on the agenda include: – Nominating the… Continue Reading →

Scotland’s 2014 Referendum: Possible Implications for the UK’s domestic production in the North Sea?

by Elpida Theodoridou. Originally published on 2014/05/14 In September 2014 a referendum is anticipated to take place in Scotland that will decide whether Scotland will remain part of the United Kingdom as it is or will become an independent country… Continue Reading →

The Ukraine crisis and European energy security

by Mieke Molthof. Originally published on 2014/04/07 Russia’s annexation of Crimea has instigated a vigorous debate in the EU the best way to reduce Europe’s reliance on Russian gas. Russia’s actions in Ukraine have raised fear for disruptions in gas… Continue Reading →

EU Post-Summit Takeaways – A Summit to be remembered?

by Janis A. Emmanouilidis. Originally published on 2014/03/25 The European Policy Centre’s (EPC) leading EU politics expert Janis A. Emmanouilidis gives Lénaïc Vaudin d’Imécourt an exclusive post-summit analysis, following the 20-21 March 2014 European Summit. As predicted, the Ukraine crisis… Continue Reading →

Pre-EU Summit Insights: What’s on the table? – Ukraine to steal the spotlight

by Janis A. Emmanouilidis. Originally published on 2014/03/21 EPC’s leading European politics expert Janis A. Emmanouilidis gives Lénaïc Vaudin d’Imécourt an exclusive pre-summit analysis of the EU leaders’ meeting, taking place on March 20 and 21. Topics on the agenda… Continue Reading →

Recent implications in the South Stream project: EU’s quest for energy security or political motivation against Russia?

by Elpida Theodoridou. Originally published on 2014/02/04 The South Stream project has proven to be quite a controversial issue in recent days. The future of the planned pipeline network that will deliver Russian gas to South and Central Europe through… Continue Reading →

The rising Natural Gas Industry of Cyprus. Recent developments and Turkey’s reaction.

by Elpida Theodoridou. Originally published on 2013/12/31 This year has been a particularly tough one for Cyprus. The economic crisis has severely hit the banking industry of the island, forcing the country to try resurrecting itself from its ashes. Part… Continue Reading →

Nabucco – A study in failed EU energy policy

by Aleksander Thomas. Originally published on 2013/12/08 The Nabucco pipeline was originally estimated to transport 31 billion m³ of gas a year from Azerbaijan to the gas hub in Baumgarten, Austria. However, from the very beginning the greatest weakness of… Continue Reading →

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