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Global Energy Governance: Past, Present, and Future
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Perspectives on Energy Geopolitics. Who will be the Leader:the US, Russia, the EU, China or Japan?
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Oil Markets and the Geopolitics of the Middle East
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Roger Pielke Jr.
Rebuilding Public Confidence in Nuclear Power in order to Achieve a 50% Reduction in GHG Emissions by 2050
What is the Outlook for Paths towards a 50% Reduction in GHG Emissions by 2050 after the USA Withdrawal from the Paris Agreement?
On Halving Global Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions by 2050
3. Can the Electricity Market Liberalization be Compatible with Energy Security and Climate Change Concerns?
Challenges for Nuclear Power in Deregulated Markets
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Energy Security and Global Warming Measures under a Deregulated Electricity Environment
Can Natural Gas Market Liberalization be Compatible with Energy Security and Climate Change Concerns?
Iran and North Korea: Japan must Take the Initiative in the Peaceful Use of Nuclear Power