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Filenta, Martha-Maria
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2015-07-06T13:42:25Z
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2015-09-27T06:05:23Z
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2015-07-06
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/776
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Azerbaijan as energy pivot to the European energy security
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masterThesis
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Energy security--European Union countries
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Energy security--European Union countries
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Power resources--Europe
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Energy development--Black Sea Region
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Dissertations, Academic
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Energy security
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European common external energy policy
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diversification of suppliers and routes
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Azerbaijan’s energy industry
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Liberal Intergovernmentalism
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Humanities, MA in Black Sea & Eastern Mediterranean Studies
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heal.publicationDate
2013-11
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Filenta Martha-Maria, 2013, Azerbaijan as energy pivot to the european energy security, Master's Dissertation, International Hellenic University
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heal.abstract
European energy security has appeared to the forefront in the political agenda of EU the last decades, because of external stimuli such as Russia. The present thesis elaborates the challenges and objectives of the European external energy policy. In the diversification call of energy supply and routes, Azerbaijan is presented as an important strategic partner for Europe and therefore their interdependent relationship is outlined. The main argument of this thesis is to highlight the non existence of a common European external energy policy and its outcomes in order to conclude to the importance of energy rich Azerbaijan concerning the EU- Russian intense competition in the Caspian basin. The research is based on qualitative method and a theoretical framework so as to conduct the above analysis. The theoretical framework embraces Liberal Intergovernmentalism, a theoretical school of integration theories. Andrew Moravcsik’s work will be used as the theoretical basis to understand and make clear how European Union works and why a common external energy policy is extremely difficult to achieve since the economic interests are diverse.
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Abstract ......................................................................................................................... 3 List of Abbreviations ..................................................................................................... 4 Chapter I: Introduction ................................................................................................. 6 1.1. Research Problem ............................................................................................... 6 1.2. Research Aim and Questions .............................................................................. 7 1.3. Research Methods ............................................................................................... 8 1.4. Dissertation Outline .......................................................................................... 10 Chapter II: Theoretical Framework ........................................................................... 13 2.1. A Liberal Intergovernmentalism Approach ...................................................... 13 2.2. What is the European Union according to the Liberal Intergovernmentalist approach? ..................................................................................................................... 16 2.3. Summary ........................................................................................................... 19 Chapter IΙΙ: European Energy Security ..................................................................... 21 3.1. Historical glance ................................................................................................... 21 3.2. Common external energy policy ........................................................................... 26 3.3. Diversification of EU member states energy suppliers ......................................... 30 Chapter ΙV: Azerbaijan’s energy industry ................................................................. 39 4.1. Historical overview ............................................................................................... 40 4.2. Energy revenues: A blessing or a curse? .............................................................. 49 Chapter V: European- Azeri Energy Relationship ..................................................... 52 5.1. Historical milestones ............................................................................................. 52 5.2. Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) .............................................................................. 60 Conclusion .................................................................................................................. 67 BIBLIOGRAPHY-REFERENCES .......................................................................... 70
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Karagiannis, As. Professor Emmanuel
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Karagiannis, As. Professor Emmanuel
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Papapanagos, Professor Harry
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Raftopoulos, Assist. Prof. Nikos
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heal.academicPublisher
School of Humanities, MA in Black Sea & Eastern Mediterranean Studies
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heal.academicPublisherID
ihu
heal.numberOfPages
81
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