Fueling a new order? The new geopolitical and security consequences of energy

Fueling a new order? The new geopolitical and security consequences of energy

The paper examines impacts of the major transformation in international energy markets that has begun.

The changes have profound geopolitical consequences, including in terms of security relations among the world’s top powers. Two things are clear: that these changes are strengthening America’s hand in the world; and that changes in global energy production and consumption are increasingly exposing the emerging powers to risks.

Source: Brookings

Date: April 2014

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