1. Auflage 2020,
Band: 78, 158 Seiten, Kartoniert, Paperback, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 235 mm, Gewicht: 283 g
Reihe: Lecture Notes in Energy
Verlag: Springer International Publishing
Yorucu / Mehmet Modern Geopolitics of Eastern Mediterranean Hydrocarbons in an Age of Energy TransformationThis book provides an in-depth assessment of the modern geopolitics of hydrocarbon resources in the territorial waters of the Eastern Mediterranean, highlighting the current conflicts and disputes in the maritime territories of Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Cyprus, and Turkey. Further, these geopolitical aspects are analyzed within the broader context of the tensions between and competing interests of big powers such as the USA, Russia, and the European Union.
To what extent can major powers influence regional actors and guide them toward rational outcomes? To what extent can economic self-interest contain nationalistic impulses? What are the most practical and sustainable ways of promoting win-win scenarios? This book focuses on such questions and presents a number of clear policy guidelines to help the conflict-laden Eastern Mediterranean region gain a more peaceful and sustainable footing for the greater benefit of the peoples living there.
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Introduction 1. Modern Geopolitics of Eastern Mediterranean Hydrocarbons2. The Hydrocarbon Fields in Eastern Mediterranean 3. Israel-Lebanon Basin4. Egyptian Zohr Field and beyond5. Syria6. Cyprus 7. Turkey8. Pipeline Geopolitics: Which Route? Whose Hub? 9. Conclusion