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A New Energy Partner for Europe

"Sometimes European energy security is best left to those outside of the EU who not only have the gas to provide diversification, but the money and political will to make it happen," wrote Alexandros Petersen in a recent article published in the National Interest.

Alexandros Petersen, advisor to the European Energy Security Initiative, published a commentary in the National Interest discussing the construction of a natural gas pipeline connecting Azerbaijan with southeastern Europe via Turkey. To view, or download the full text of the article, clickhere.

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Alexandros Petersen

Alexandros Petersen

Former Advisor: European Energy Security Initiative; Former Public Policy Scholar
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