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1 50 Years Later: OPEC's Continuing Threat to American Security Dr. Nancy E. Brune
2 The Water-Energy Conundrum: Can We Satisfy the Need for Both? Allan Hoffman
3 Bringing Energy Security to East Central Europe: Regional Cooperation Is the Key Keith Smith
4 Brazil's Big Oil Play: How This Nation is Charting National Energy Security Mark Langevin
5 Fifty Years to OPEC: Time to Break the Oil Cartel Gal Luft
6 The Evolution of Energy Security in the Slovak Republic Andrej Nosko and Peter Ševce
7 Sino-Russian Energy Relations in Perspective Kevin Rosner


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