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1 Expanding the Value of Operational Energy Col Paul Roege
2 Frontline NATO: Energy, Science and the Warfighter Albert Husniaux, Ahmed Ghanmi, and Marc Gietter
3 Hydrocarbon Nation: Algeria's Energy Future Dr. Kevin Rosner
4 NATO and the Energy Challenge: A Note From Ambassador Gábor Iklódy Ambassador Gábor Iklódy
5 Stepping Out of the Shadows: Turkmenistan and its Feisty Neighbors Anthony Rinna
6 Why Energy Forecasting Goes Wildly Wrong Steve Yetiv and Lowell Field


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