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ENERGY GEOPOLITICS IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN: COOPERATION, COMPETITION, AND THE CHALLENGES THE NEW DEALS FACED

ENERGY GEOPOLITICS IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN: COOPERATION, COMPETITION, AND THE CHALLENGES THE NEW DEALS FACED

upa-admin Mart 10, 2020 0

Two recent deals signed by the states in the Eastern Mediterranean have taken our attention once again to ask “what is happenning in the energy geopolitics of the region?” Who cooperates with whom? Who

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A FAREWELL TO SOUTH STREAM: A WIN-WIN SITUATION FOR RUSSIA AND TURKEY OR A ZERO-SUM GAME FOR RUSSIA AND EU?

A FAREWELL TO SOUTH STREAM: A WIN-WIN SITUATION FOR RUSSIA AND TURKEY OR A ZERO-SUM GAME FOR RUSSIA AND EU?

upa-admin Aralık 17, 2014 0

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 understand

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RUSSIAN FEDERATION-TURKEY ENERGY RELATIONS IN THE 21ST CENTURY: ONE SIDED DEPENDENCE OR BALANCED INTERDEPENDENCE?

RUSSIAN FEDERATION-TURKEY ENERGY RELATIONS IN THE 21ST CENTURY: ONE SIDED DEPENDENCE OR BALANCED INTERDEPENDENCE?

upa-admin Mayıs 30, 2014 0

In 2011, Turkey’s second largest trading partner was the Russian Federation ($30 billion; $6 billion exports, $24 billion imports and the fundamental good in mutual trade was energy – 70 percent of imports; $21

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