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1 The “Radicalization” of Maritime Piracy: Implications for Maritime Energy Security Dr. Donna J. Nincic
2 Energy Infrastructure As A Diplomatic Tool: The Arab Gas Pipeline Mary E. Stonaker
3 Water and Energy: A Flashpoint in Pakistan-India Relations? Uttam Kumar Sinha
4 China's Rare Earth Monopoly Gal Luft & Yaron Vorona
5 The Brazilian Biodiesel Program Mark S. Langevin
6 Thirsty Energy, Scarce Water: Interdependent Security Challenges Steven Solomon
7 Calculating Energy Security: How to Functionally and Reliably Develop the European-Caspian Gas Link Kevin Rosner
 

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