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EUROPE, SEMI-CHAINED BY RUSSIAN GAS DEPENDENCY AND VULNERABILITY

EUROPE, SEMI-CHAINED BY RUSSIAN GAS DEPENDENCY AND VULNERABILITY

upa-admin Eylül 1, 2017 0

Preface Gazprom is increasing the volume of its deliveries to the European Union. European countries rely on Russian energy and exports to the country. In the meantime, there is an enduring debate if it

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INTERVIEW WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE WITHIN THE MINISTRY OF ENERGY OF ROMANIA MR. IULIAN-ROBERT TUDORACHE

INTERVIEW WITH THE SECRETARY OF STATE WITHIN THE MINISTRY OF ENERGY OF ROMANIA MR. IULIAN-ROBERT TUDORACHE

upa-admin Temmuz 16, 2017 0

H. Cigdem Yorgancioglu: In Romania, the government, through the Ministry of Energy, has engaged in the drafting of a long-term National Energy Strategy which is supposed to be released  by the end of  2016. What

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TRANS ADRIATIC PIPELINE: GEOSTRATEGIC PROJECT SUPPORTED BY AZERBAIJAN

TRANS ADRIATIC PIPELINE: GEOSTRATEGIC PROJECT SUPPORTED BY AZERBAIJAN

upa-admin Mayıs 19, 2016 0

On May 17, in Thessaloniki, Greece, was held the groundbreaking ceremony for the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP). This project composed by the shareholders as Socar (20 %), BP (20 %), Snam (20 %), Fluxys

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AUTOCRATIC REGIMES IN BALKANS AND THE EFFECTS OF POPULATION EXCHANGE BETWEEN GREECE AND TURKEY

AUTOCRATIC REGIMES IN BALKANS AND THE EFFECTS OF POPULATION EXCHANGE BETWEEN GREECE AND TURKEY

upa-admin Mart 21, 2016 0

Inter-war era can be observed as rise of authoritarianism in most of the countries of the Europe. However, one region pops right up to our mind is Balkans; being vulnerable and open to intervention.

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THE IMPLICATIONS OF TANAP AND TURKISH STREAM ON THE EUROPEAN ENERGY SECURITY AFTER THE RECENT UKRAINE CRISIS

THE IMPLICATIONS OF TANAP AND TURKISH STREAM ON THE EUROPEAN ENERGY SECURITY AFTER THE RECENT UKRAINE CRISIS

upa-admin Ocak 13, 2016 0

Abstract: For any state, whether they are developed or developing, ensuring energy security for the sustainability of their systems is very critical issue. European states cannot be independently considered from this phenomenon as they have

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EUROPEAN GAMES: THE WEST’S BIASED POLICY AND BAKU’S TACTICAL SUCCESS

EUROPEAN GAMES: THE WEST’S BIASED POLICY AND BAKU’S TACTICAL SUCCESS

upa-admin Temmuz 3, 2015 0

The current global stereotype about Europe has been that the Europeans are primarily the defenders of freedom and democracy bulwarking the humanism and tolerance as the foundation of their major values. Objectively speaking, the

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“TURKISH STREAM” PROJECT AND THE INTERESTS OF CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN EUROPEAN STATES

“TURKISH STREAM” PROJECT AND THE INTERESTS OF CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN EUROPEAN STATES

upa-admin Nisan 24, 2015 0

Russia’s “South Stream” gas pipeline project replacement by “Turkish Stream” had an impact on energy policy of importers by a number of countries in Central and South-Eastern Europe. Bulgaria was left out of the

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RESURRECTION OF NABUCCO PIPELINE: REAL OR MYTH?

RESURRECTION OF NABUCCO PIPELINE: REAL OR MYTH?

upa-admin Nisan 24, 2015 0

The energy history of East-West energy corridor has not started with Nabucco, but Nabucco was considered a crown-jewel of the Southern Gas Corridor. Nabucco Consortium was established with Ankara Agreement in 2009 by Turkey, Romania, Bulgaria,

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WHY DID RUSSIA TERMINATE THE TREATY ON CONVENTIONAL ARMED FORCES IN EUROPE?

WHY DID RUSSIA TERMINATE THE TREATY ON CONVENTIONAL ARMED FORCES IN EUROPE?

upa-admin Nisan 6, 2015 0

The news about Russia’s unilateral termination of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe caused confusion among Western nations. This step triggered discontent among not only foreign countries, but also internally among opposition

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GAS POLICY OF GREECE UNDER NEW GOVERNMENT: RUSSIA, TURKISH STREAM AND DIVERSIFICATION

GAS POLICY OF GREECE UNDER NEW GOVERNMENT: RUSSIA, TURKISH STREAM AND DIVERSIFICATION

upa-admin Nisan 2, 2015 0

Russia and Turkish Stream After the collapse of the USSR, Russia’s new political elite of early 1990s emerged with its liberal orientation, Euro-Atlantic integration aspirations and opposition to supporting anti-western governments. Whereas, Russia after

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