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1 European Energy Infrastructure Protection: Addressing the Cyber-warfare Threat Uwe Nerlich and Frank Umbach
2 Making a Secure Smart Grid a Reality David Baker
3 Using Public-Private Partnerships to Improve International Energy Infrastructure Security Dr. Bruce Averill
4 Resilience and Conflict in European Natural Gas Relations Edward Hunter Christie
5 The Relationship Between Energy Infrastructure Attacks and Crude Oil Prices Jennifer Giroux and Caroline Hilpert
6 Twenty Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall: NATO's Enduring Energy Challenge Kevin Rosner


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