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1 Central America’s Electric Sector: The Path to Interconnection and a Regional Market Jeremy M. Martin and Juan Carlos Posadas
2 The Venezuelan Elections: How Can PDVSA Recover? Gustavo Coronel
3 Tightening Oil Sanctions on Iran Mehmet Kinaci
4 The Two Sudans 2012-2013: Oil and Conflict Jill Shankleman
5 Second Annual Call for Papers: Asian Energy Security 2012 Editor
6 France: Can the ‘Lumiere de Monde’ Risk a Brown-Out? Gal Luft
7 Australia’s LNG Trade Potential: A First Look at Coal Seam LNG Muhammad Makki
8 Canvassing the Targeting of Energy Infrastructure: The Energy Infrastructure Attack Database Jennifer Giroux and Peter Burgherr
9 India’s Myanmar Fascination Varigonda Kesava Chandra
10 Can Russia Assist Japan in Fueling Its Energy Future? Alex Calvo
 

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