2016
DOI: 10.1007/s10708-016-9709-z
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Energy security paradigm, structure of geopolitics and international relations theory: from global south perspectives

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“…Yet, different from Van De Graff and Colgan's study, we highlight competition for secure access to natural gas resources and transit routes as significant motives shaping Russian strategy. Russia highly prioritizes securing supply routes in Ukraine to ensure that its gas reliably reaches European customers [24,29]. Van de Graaf and Colgan [99: 62] also stress that Russia values its reputation for being a reliable gas supplier.…”
Section: Crossroads Of Energy and Conflict In Eurasia: The Energy Dimmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Yet, different from Van De Graff and Colgan's study, we highlight competition for secure access to natural gas resources and transit routes as significant motives shaping Russian strategy. Russia highly prioritizes securing supply routes in Ukraine to ensure that its gas reliably reaches European customers [24,29]. Van de Graaf and Colgan [99: 62] also stress that Russia values its reputation for being a reliable gas supplier.…”
Section: Crossroads Of Energy and Conflict In Eurasia: The Energy Dimmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We argue that while energy related issues were not the primary factor triggering the Russia-Ukraine conflict, they played an important role in exacerbating it. Other compelling research supports this argument, highlighting how Crimean energy reserves and access to Ukrainian pipelines to Europe critically shaped Russia's foreign policy [29].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Ludwig Bertalanffi developed the general theory of systems, which determined the system as a set of elements that are in a certain relationship with each other and with the medium (King and Gulledge, 2014). There are many definitions of the system, among which by definition of the ISO 9000:2000 system is a set of interconnected and interacting elements (Mohapatra, 2017). Studying the general theory of the organization, they synthesize many concepts in the general conceptual construct and postulate: The system is an object that solves actual contradictions in the given conditions of the environment due to the functional orientation of its dynamics and structure, formed by organizational processes (Wohlstetter, 1977).…”
Section: Literature Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%