Securitization and state encroachment on the energy sector: Politics of exception in Poland’s energy governance

Authors: Kacper Szulecki Type: Journal Article (Open Accesss) Published in: Energy Policy (2020) DOI: 10.1016/j.enpol.2019.111066  As energy security becomes a key topic of policy debates, not least in Central and Eastern European states, which are vulnerable to gas supply disruptions from Russia, it has been suggested that EU energy policy becomes ‘securitized’. However, full securitization attempts, […]

Towards a common EU energy policy? German and Polish debates

Authors: Andreas Heinrich, Julia Kusznir, Aleksandra Lis, Heiko Pleines, Karen Smith Stegen and Kacper Szulecki ESPRi Policy Brief no. 2, 2016 The recently proposed overarching concept of a European “Energy Union” stresses the importance of regional cooperation, as it has become clear that absent increased coordination and cross-border cooperation, more obstacles than synergies may emerge. […]

Energy Security in Europe: new edited book published by Palgrave!

The book, edited by Dr. Kacper Szulecki, is the final output of the project financed by the German-Polish Science Foundation (grant No. 2014-15) lead by Research Centre for East European Studies at the University of Bremen, with ESPRi’s participation. This edited collection highlights the different meanings that have been attached to the notion of energy security and […]

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