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1 Common Misconceptions of Rare Earth Elements Cindy Hurst
2 Solutions for Russian-Ukrainian Gas Brinksmanship Richard B. Andres, Michael Kofman and Micah J. Loudermilk
3 The Nuclear Fuel Bank and Iran Gregory Gleason
4 The Lull Before the Storm: Maritime Piracy and Election Violence in the Niger Delta Thomas Horn Hansen and Dirk Steffen
5 Combating Smart Grid Vulnerabilities Guido Bartels
6 The Perilous Intersection of Mexico’s Drug War & Pemex Jeremy Martin and Sylvia Longmire
7 Politicking Over Central Asia’s Pipelines Hooman Peimani
8 DoD’s Addiction to Oil: Is there a Cure? Dr. Fred C. Beach
9 Azerbaijan's New Energy Act Gulmira Rzayeva
10 Poland's Energy Security Strategy Honorata Nyga - Łukaszewska
11 The Road to Hungarian Energy Security Kornel Andzsans-Balogh


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