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1 Post Mortem on Germany's Nuclear Melt-Down Kevin Rosner
2 America Falling Behind: The Strategic Dimensions of Chinese Commercial Nuclear Energy Scott Cullinane
3 The Empire Strikes Back: European Energy and the Return of Gazprom Matthew Hulbert and Dr. Christian Brutsch
4 China and Recent Military Showdowns in the South China Sea Dr. Hooman Peimani
5 The Geoeconomic and Geopolitical Implications of Unconventional Gas in Europe Maximilian Kuhn and Frank Umbach


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