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1 SPECIAL REPORT: Checkmating the Resurgence of Oil Violence in the Niger Delta of Nigeria Dr. Victor Ojakorotu and Lysias Doddd Gilbert
2 The Role of Turkey in Global Energy: Bolstering Energy Infrastructure Security Hasan Alsancak
3 Closing the Gap Between Energy & National Security Policy Kevin Rosner
4 The Caspian's Unsettled Legal Framework: Energy Security Implications Dr. Sohbet Karbuz
5 Energy Security-Water Resource Drivers Mike Hightower
6 Canvassing the Cyber Security Landscape: Why Energy Companies Need to Pay Attention Bruce Averill and Eric A.M. Luiijf
7 China's Strategy for Information Warfare: A Focus on Energy Daniel Ventre


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