Monthly Archives: August 2013

Debate on energy security with Neil Brown at GMF

Here’s a short exchange sparked by my policy paper on energy security between Neil Brown and me. Neil is a non-resident fellow at the German Marshall Fund and worked for many years for Senator Lugar on the Foreign Relations Committee.

http://blog.gmfus.org/2013/08/22/energy-security-has-made-us-more-secure/

My reply can be accessed on the sidebar of the page.

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Thinking Outside the Box: Energy Security in Europe and Beyond

A recently published policy brief for the German Marshall Fund’s Climate and Energy Program:

http://www.gmfus.org/archives/thinking-outside-the-box-energy-security-in-europe-and-beyond/#sthash.vQHFaFap.dpuf

This policy brief sets out to unpack energy security in light of contemporary developments in the energy landscape, both in Europe and globally. It argues that nation state–centric framing of energy security is not the way forward. With China, India, and a lengthy list of other formerly poor countries now online as major energy consumers and importers, more global coordination and less securitization is needed. – See more at: http://www.gmfus.org/archives/thinking-outside-the-box-energy-security-in-europe-and-beyond/#sthash.vQHFaFap.dpuf

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