Enforceability of a common energy supply security policy in the EU: an intergovernmentalist assessment
Kuşku, Eda (2010) Enforceability of a common energy supply security policy in the EU: an intergovernmentalist assessment. Caucasian Review of International Affairs (CRIA), 4 (2). pp. 145-158. ISSN 1865-6773
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The central aim of this paper is to present an intergovernmentalist evaluation of the prospects for the European Union (EU) member states to pursue a common energy security policy at the supranational level. Particularly, the analysis seeks to address the demands for a common EU stance concerning the issue of energy supply security. Thus, the paper leaves aside other cornerstones of a common EU energy policy, namely the issues of environmental protection and liberalization of the electricity and gas markets.
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