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1 Thank You Friedrich Ebert Foundation, DC Kevin Rosner
2 Energy Security as National Security: Defining Problems Ahead of Solutions Phillip E. Cornell
3 Algeria: A Strategic Gas Partner For Europe Francis Ghilès
4 Collective Energy Security: A New Approach for Europe Peter B. Doran
5 Energy Security Challenges for Israel Following the Gaza War Dr. Gal Luft
6 Brazilian Ethanol Policy: Lessons for the United States Vanessa Cordonnier
7 Maritime Piracy: Implications for Maritime Energy Security Donna J. Nincic


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