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EU Eastern Enlargement and its consequences for EU-Russia Energy Relations

... Marcelis, C. & Maurer, A. (2006) Perspectives for the European Union’s external energy 
policy: discourse, ideas and interests in Germany, the UK, Poland and France (Berlin: Stiftung 
Wissenschaft und Politik), p. 16. 
 Neuman, Mark. EU–Russian Energy Relations after the 2004/2007 EU Enlargement: An EU Perspective , Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 2010, 18:3, 341-360. Schmidt-Felzmann, A., (2008) All for One? EU Member States and the Union’s Common Policy towards the Russian ...


Against the odds: The USSR and East-West Germany energy relations

Many analysts and politicians consider the current political crisis between Russia and the European Union as part of a long-term negative trend that will lead to a further decrease in cooperation between the two parties. In reality, the current crisis is rather a temporary one that mostly concerns the state of relations between ...


Germany and Russia Intensify Gas Cooperation Despite Political Tension

... territories. Nevertheless, the strengthening of the direct gas supply link between Germany and Russia is the only way to guarantee uninterrupted supplies, not subject to politicization or blackmail from third parties. The strengthening of the the Russian-German energy partnership is much needed, as both countries realize that their cooperation forms the backbone of Europe’s energy security. Reinforcing the energy relations between the two countries adds to the strengthening of the existing interdependence and will prevent future gas crises, transit halts, politicization, and securitization attempts. The dissolution of the Soviet Union and the subsequent ...


The asymmetry of EU member states natural gas dependencies

There goes a saying: A chain is as strong as its weakest link. This may very well be the case with the EU vis-à-vis its member state dependency on Russian natural gas. While analyzing the European gas market, too much attention has been focused on the EU-28 average gas consumption index and very little scrutiny was given to individual member states. Analysts were fixated with the EU Commission official ...


The EU needs more gas

... factors for the increased demand and how is Russia’s energy giant Gazprom coping with the recent dynamics on the European gas market? Answering those two questions will give us a better idea of how recent market aberrations are influencing EU-Russia energy relations. Analyzing the following data gives us a very simplistic, yet adequate idea of the ongoing demand trend in Europe. What the data fails to portray is the existing asymmetry of gas demand, consumption and dependency on Russian gas deliverers ...


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