The ninth volume of “Energy Security Forum” also serves as an introduction for the upcoming events in the field of Energy security in 2014. In particular, the opening of the first LNG terminal in the Baltic States (in Klaipeda) and initial NATO-ICI cooperation embodying Table Top Exercise 2014 (led by NATO HQ together with NATO ENSEC COE). In order to cover this energy-security-partnership convergence, we have asked our experts to express their views on the following question: What are (/are there any) current energy security based partnership developments and how it could emerge in “(re)energizing” NATO cooperation with the Gulf region in the future?
Re-energizing NATO cooperation with the gulf region. What role for energy? – Dr. Albert Bininachvili
Putting energy security on the agenda of NATO Gulf Partnership – Jean-Loup Samaan
Energizing NATO cooperation with the Gulf monarchies: New opportunities under the old energy-for-security paradigm – Jim Krane
Thinking Out of the Box on NATO Out of Area – Dr. Steve A. Yetiv and Katerina Oskarsson
Energy security and NATO dilemmas in the Gulf region – Dr. Leila Alieva