2014: A Watershed Year for Energy Security
Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea confronted Europe’s post-Cold War architecture with its most severe test. However, Russia’s use of energy as a tool to exert pressure on Ukraine will backfire: nations are exploring new forms of non-military solidarity, notably in the area of energy, and are getting serious about the search for alternative supplies.
NATO e – Learning: challenges and opportunities for energy security discipline
AGNE RAGINYTĖ AND REMIGIJUS ŽILINSKAS
The ADL course on energy security awareness to be launched in the beginning of 2015 is an important step forward in energy security education and training. The article provides an overview of e – Learning issues looking through the perspective of NATO, emphasizing the role of e-Learning in the energy security domain.
Europe and the imported refined products: A new form of dependence
MARTIN PEJŘIMOVSKÝ AND INGA SPATE
The article explores the causes of the decline of the refining industry in Europe and the effects on European energy security induced by the rising dependence on imports of diesel and jet fuel.