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Title: Effects of accession of Turkey to the EU's energy security
Author: Saraiva, Luís Eduardo Marquês, 1956-
Keywords: Política energética - Turquia
Política energética - Países da União Europeia
Issue Date: 2013
Abstract: Energy security is a subject that concerns all the Europeans. More and more the access to the energetic resources is part of the geostrategic concerns of the nations. Europe, very needed of energy, presently depends largely on Russia provisions. The diversification of the energy sources must continue to have a high priority in the preoccupations of Europe. Will the land route through the Asia Minor be or not one of the options to decrease the stress of Russia over the energetic needs of the European community? To make viable this type of facilities the role of Turkey inside the European Union is inescapable. Being so, will Europe prefer to go under an era of austerity and almost monopolistic dependency from Russia, or will Europe accept Turkey in its club, therefore easily acceding to the energy sources of Middle East and the Caspian basin, while, at the same time, enlarging the European borders up to areas of endemic security weaknesses?
Description: Lusíada. Política internacional e segurança. - ISSN 1647-1342. - S. 1, n. 8 (2013). - p. 51-70.
ISSN: 1647-1342
Document Type: Article
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