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Security in the Eastern Mediterranean
|Statement||The Atlantic Council"s Working Group on Security ; Joseph J. Wolf, rapporteur.|
|Series||Policy papers / The Atlantic Council of the United States, Security series, Policy papers (Atlantic Council of the United States), Policy papers (Atlantic Council of the United States)|
|Contributions||Wolf, Joseph J., Atlantic Council of the United States. Working Group on Security Affairs.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
Eastern Mediterranean Security and Energy Partnership Act of This bill authorizes the Department of State to enter into cooperative agreements to enhance cooperation on energy matters between the United States and Israel, Greece, and Cyprus. The Eastern Mediterranean denotes the region in the east of the Mediterranean Sea (the Levantine Sea). Its people share cuisine, customs and a long, intertwined history. Its people share cuisine, customs and a long, intertwined history.
as well as security ramifications for the broader region. The book “EU Enlargement and New Security Challenges in the Eastern. Mediterranean” is the product of an international conference organized by. the Research and Development Center – Intercollege in collaboration with. the Lyman L. Lemnitzer Center for NATO and EU Studies. Regional maritime security in the eastern Mediterranean: expectations and reality. Aviad Rubin, Ehud Eiran. International Affairs, Vol Issue 5, September , Book reviews International Relations theory. Contestation and constitution of norms in global international relations. Garrett Wallace Brown, Sagar S. Deva.
The security of partners and allies in the Eastern Mediterranean region is critical to the security of the United States and Europe. (2) Greece is a valuable member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and a key pillar of stability in the Eastern Mediterranean. The new monograph by Professor Spyridon N. Litsas, international relations theorist at the University of Macedonia, produces this linkage, contributing both to the theoretical dimensions of US foreign policy and the American role in the evolution of the Eastern Mediterranean since the early 19th century.
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Maritime Security in the Eastern Mediterranean The Mediterranean is once again on top of the international community‘s agenda, returning as the Mare Nostrum of our time with a host of maritime security challenges and various seapower oppor - tunities.
This book provides fresh perspectives on the geopolitics of the Eastern Mediterranean and. Mediterranean Security at the Crossroads: A Reader Hardcover – Aug an essay on the strategic significance of Turkey in the eastern Mediterranean by the former Turkish ambassador to the United States, and, in light of recent events in Kosovo and elsewhere in the former Yugoslavia, a piece on the issue of Balkan security by the Format: Hardcover.
Jane's Sentinel Security Assessment, Eastern Mediterranean, Issue Twenty - [Jane's] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Jane's. The EU position with regard to Eastern Mediterranean gas developments is peculiar. On the one hand, the discoveries in Cyprus, a member state, have directly affected the balance of its internal energy reserves.
The resources in the Eastern Mediterranean could improve economic recovery in Cyprus and Greece, two of the most vulnerable Eurozone members. Recent developments in the eastern Mediterranean, such as significant gas finds; disagreements over the demarcation of maritime boundaries; large-scale violence and political instability following the Arab Spring; mass migration via sea routes; Great Power dynamics in the region; and environmental hazards, make the political entities along the shores of the eastern Mediterranean.
Energy Security in the Eastern Mediterranean Andrea Prontera Assistant professor of international relations in the Department of Political Science, Communication and International Relations, University of Macerata, by: 6.
Energy Security in the Eastern Mediterranean Article (PDF Available) in Middle East Policy 24(3) September with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. His latest book is The New Politics of Energy Security in the European Union and Beyond: States, Markets, Institutions (Routledge, ).
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But the increase of different activities in the “economic waters” of the Eastern Mediterranean created a new perspective for maritime security, that is. The security of partners and allies in the Eastern Mediterranean region is critical to the security of the United States and Europe.
Greece is a valuable member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and a key pillar of stability in the Eastern Mediterranean. Policy papers (Atlantic Council of the United States); Policy papers (Atlantic Council of the United States)., Security series.
Responsibility: the Atlantic Council's Working Group on Security ; Joseph J. Wolf, rapporteur. Turkey has dominated the Greek security agenda for a long time as it is perceived as the main and most imminent source of external threat. The discovery of substantial offshore natural gas deposits in the Eastern Mediterranean added another hot button issue to the long-standing Turkish-Greek maritime disputes in the Aegean and over Cyprus.
This paper provides an overview of the nexus of migration and security with a focus on the EU’s migration policy and its effects on migrant security and migration flows in the Eastern Mediterranean from the mids to the Arab Spring and its.
Energy Security in the Eastern Mediterranean. Security in the Eastern Mediterranean: Bargaining with Law Breakers Donald M. Payne. Donald M.
PayneCited by: 4. the Eastern Mediterranean, and are likely to make a contribution, albeit small, to energy security in Europe. 1 For Israel, becoming energy independent and a significant exporter of gas.
(c) United states-Eastern mediterranean energy center.—The Secretary of Energy, in consultation with the Secretary of State, may establish a joint United States-Eastern Mediterranean Energy Center in the United States leveraging the experience, knowledge, and expertise of institutions of higher education and entities in the private sector, among others, in.
As such, the Eastern Mediterranean security environment today is defined by at least four interconnected dynamics: 1) energy discoveries, 2) geopolitical antagonisms and new (im)balances of power, 3) new (human) security imperatives, and 4) increased interest in the.
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Security in Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean. Led by Ayla Gürel. NATIONAL, INTERNATIONAL AND HUMAN SECURITY IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN BIOGRAPHIES Ayla Gürel Moran is a Senior Research Consultant at the Peace Research Institute Oslo - PRIO Cyprus Centre (PCC) and has been. shaping the future of the eastern Mediterranean.
This report assesses security and strategy in the eastern Mediterranean in a medium to longer-term time frame, looking toward likely developments over the next decade. It discusses recent and prospective changes on the regional scene, emerging functional issues, and the evolving place of the eastern.
The wider region of the Eastern Mediterranean is in transition. What is being evinced is a situation of continuous volatility, centering on developments such as the ’Arab Spring,’ the Greek sovereign debt crisis, Islamic terrorism, the continuation of deadlock over the Cypriot and Palestinian Issues, significant energy finds in the Levantine Basin, concerns over.
Why, in this contemporary secular age, does violent conflict among confessional communities still occur? Covering several key conflicts of recent years in one of the most dynamic areas of the world, the Eastern Mediterranean and the Balkans, Mario Apostolov uses both interpretative and comparative analysis to answer this question.
His versatile approach makes .