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1 SPECIAL REPORT: China's Rare Earth Elements Industry: What Can the West Learn? Cindy Hurst
2 Elaborating on the Nexus Between Energy and Water Jakob Granit
3 Tackling Critical Energy Infrastructure Network Interdependencies Francois Gaspard and Alain Hubrecht
4 The United Kingdom's Energy Security Debate David Cole
5 From Energy Security to Global Energy Governance Andreas Goldthau & Jan Martin Witte
6 Afghanistan, the TAPI Pipeline, and Energy Geopolitics John Foster
7 The Falkland Islands: A New Frontier in the 21st Century Resource War? Gal Luft


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