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|Title: ||European Gas Dependency|
|Authors: ||Antonsen, Iben|
|Advisor: ||Vucina, Naja|
|Examination Date: ||19-Dec-2008|
|Issue Date: ||17-Dec-2008|
|Abstract: ||The focal point of the project is, as it is implied in the title, European gas dependency, to be more specific; the dependency of Russian gas. We chose Russia, because the EU's import of gas is mainly supplied by Russia. We present background information and knowledge to describe why the case is of relevance and that a situation of dependency exists. We solely look at the dependency from the European Union's point of view, taking point of departure in the Green Paper. The Green Paper is a paper established by the EU Commission on many topics. We chose one specific version concerning energy security. This is done to analyze what the European Union does to handle the Russian gas dependency. Furthermore we will present how we want to approach the analysis via theories and strategies.
To sum up, we want to look into how the European Union, through the Green Paper, handles its dependency on Russian natural gas|
|Education: ||Samfundsvidenskabelig international basisuddannelse (SIB) / International Basic Studies in Social Sciences|
|Appears in Collections:||SIB rapporter / Social Science International Basic Studies Projects|
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