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The Eurozone crisis: An insider’s view from Cyprus and Max Watson’s views on this

On the 14th of October I attended a very moving conference commemorating Max Watson – an exceptional academic and scholar. The conference was called the tale of three cities and academics and other well know people attended and spoke about Max. (e.g. Klaus Regling, Managing Director of the European Stability Mechanism). It was clear that Max … Continue reading

The Gender Dimension Of Energy Policy

My new opinion piece published by @SEESOX St. Antony’s College Oxford 201507 SEESOX the_gender_dimensions_of_energy_policy

Energy politics: Empowerment or dependency

http://seesoxcentral.blogspot.co.uk Monday, 2 February 2015 Energy Politics: Empowerment or dependency David Madden (Senior Member, St Antony’s College, Oxford)The second seminar in the series Global South East Europe in a multi-polar world, “Energy Politics: Empowerment or dependency” took place on 28 January. Konstantinos Filis (Institute of International Relations, Athens) spoke about trends in the European gas market, … Continue reading

Workshop on Energy Politics: 28th January @St.Antony’s Oxford

Energy politics: Empowerment or dependency? Diana Bozhilova (King’s College, London) and Constantinos Filis (Panteion University ) Androulla Kaminara (European Commission)Chair: David Madden St Antony’s College, Oxford Wednesday 28 January, 17:00 Seminar Room, European Studies Centre, 70 Woodstock Road, Oxford 20150128 Energy poster pdf

2014 in review – the stats of my blog

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,900 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 48 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the … Continue reading

Turkey’s geo-strategic energy links with Russia

This paper examines Turkey’s increasing dependency on Russian energy exports. Turkey aspires to become an energy hub for supply to Europe. This would, on the one hand, increase its energy security and on the other, will ensure that it has sufficient energy for its own needs which will be partly guaranteed by the fact that … Continue reading

Energy and security in the East Mediterranean

Energy and security in the East Mediterranean: How energy will play an increasingly important role in the security of the East Mediterranean The link below gives access to an article I have written and which has been published by South East Europe Studies at Oxford  (SEESOX) of St. Antony’s College as an Opinion Piece. Views … Continue reading

Now there is a window of opportunity for decisions leading to the optimization of the benefits from East Mediterranean natural gas discoveries

 The discovery of natural gas in the South East Mediterranean is without a doubt, very good news for the countries concerned and for the region in general.  To what extend these discoveries will constitute a game changer for the countries concerned will not only depend on the timing and the content of the decisions they … Continue reading

Turkey and the East Mediterranean natural gas: What does it mean for Europe and the world ?

Report on the roundtable discussion that was held on the 10th March 2014. The article that has appeared in the EUCERS Newsletter – page 10-12 and was written by Justus Andreas http://www.kcl.ac.uk/sspp/departments/warstudies/research/groups/eucers/newsletter33.pdf In this year’s series of five roundtable discussions, co-hosted by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) in London, … Continue reading

The Eurozone crisis: An insider’s view from Cyprus and Max Watson’s views on this

On the 14th of October I attended a very moving conference commemorating Max Watson – an exceptional academic and scholar. The conference was called the tale of three cities and academics and other well know people attended and spoke about Max. (e.g. Klaus Regling, Managing Director of the European Stability Mechanism). It was clear that Max … Continue reading

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