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European Union High Representative and Vice-President Federica Mogherini’s Visit to Azerbaijan – What She Has Witnessed?
Baku, 1 March 2016 – Newtimes.az Yesterday, the European Union High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini paid a visit to Azerbaijan and during this visit she met with not only the state and government officials butRead More »
For Europe, energy security is a pressing issue. According to the experts, in the short-run the Old Continent’s appetite for energy resources is likely to grow. At present, Europe’s reliance on primarily Russian gasRead More »
Kıbrıs Sorunu ve Kıbrıs müzakereleri, dünyada en üst düzey siyasi platformlardan biri olarak kabul edilen 2016 Davos Dünya Ekonomik Forumu’nda da bir oturuma konu oldu. “Reuniting Cyprus” adlı oturumun açılış konuşması Birleşmiş Milletler GenelRead More »
THE IMPLICATIONS OF TANAP AND TURKISH STREAM ON THE EUROPEAN ENERGY SECURITY AFTER THE RECENT UKRAINE CRISIS
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 haveRead More »
Recent crisis between Russian Federation and USA/EU in Ukraine and Syria let some academics and journalists to talk boldly and write extensively on the concept of “New Cold War”. In this article, I willRead More »
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 afterRead More »
As winter comes, the EU concerns about stability of gas supply amidst the Ukrainian crisis. That pushed EU to seek reliable sources to secure domestic gas supply. It is believed that LNG may protectRead More »
Introduction Energy security has been a significant issue in the EU since the beginning of 21st century. Russia plays a major role in European energy security as the main supplier of oil and gasRead More »
A FAREWELL TO SOUTH STREAM: A WIN-WIN SITUATION FOR RUSSIA AND TURKEY OR A ZERO-SUM GAME FOR RUSSIA AND EU?
Prior to evaluate how the cancellation of South Stream Natural Gas Pipeline Project will affect the European energy security, the process of South Stream Project should be put forward in order to better understandRead More »
Amid the Ukraine crisis, importance of diversification and lessening Russian gas monopoly over the EU gas market became one of utmost crucial missions for Union. In this context, Southern Gas Corridor’s role, which isRead More »