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1 Lessons from Prague: How the Czech Republic Has Enhanced Its Energy Security Andrej Nosko and Petr Lang
2 Hizballah Takes Aim At Israel's Natural Gas Discovery Gal Luft
3 Losing the Energy Battle: How and Why the US and EU Need to Engage the Black Sea Region Dr. Sohbet Karbuz
4 The Role of Natural Gas and Central Asia in Indian Energy Security Shebonti Ray Dadwal
5 Understanding Resource Nationalism in the 21st Century Llewelyn Hughes and Sean J. Kreyling
6 Beyond Oil: Global Energy Security & Sovereign Wealth Funds Dr. Sven Behrendt and Joesph Helou
7 Energy Security Multipolarity: Iran's Role in India's Energy Calculus Dr. Harsh V. Pant
8 Latin America: A Blind Spot in US Energy Security Policy Dr. Nancy E. Brune


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