Energy Insecurity Crisis: The Case of Georgia

European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, No. 3, December 2010

7 Pages Posted: 9 Apr 2011

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Ioana Iulica Voicu

Constantin Brâncoveanu University

Madelaine Pepenel

Constantin Brâncoveanu University

Date Written: December 1, 2010

Abstract

Competition for energy resources in the contemporary world remains a source of crises and conflicts as long as demand increases faster than supply, and major oil reserves are located in areas characterized by profound political-economic imbalances and instability. Energy security is a matter of fact that states, international organizations and non-state actors contribute to significantly, but in different ways. Crisis prevention and the energy issues meant to resolve them are one of the most complex scientific challenges because they involve a comprehensive understanding of the types of determinations governing the organization and social processes.

Keywords: energy insecurity, strategic regions, energy, energy independence

JEL Classification: A1, F5

Suggested Citation

Voicu, Ioana Iulica and Pepenel, Madelaine, Energy Insecurity Crisis: The Case of Georgia (December 1, 2010). European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, No. 3, December 2010, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1804506

Ioana Iulica Voicu (Contact Author)

Constantin Brâncoveanu University ( email )

Ribinelor 14-16
Piteşti
Romania

Madelaine Pepenel

Constantin Brâncoveanu University ( email )

Ribinelor 14-16
Piteşti
Romania

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