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Abstract

Energy security has become an area of international concern. The quest for energy security shapes the foreign and economic policies of developed and developing countries alike. As demand for energy continues to grow so does unease among governments due to the scarcity of natural resources and the complexity of energy supply sources. Concern over the continued ability to secure energy supplies from an increasing list of inaccessible, high risk, or less than reliable parts of the world has prompted policymakers to reassess the problem of energy security.

Primary Advisor

Anna Lanoszka

Program Reader

Donald Briggs

Degree Name

Master of Arts

Department

Political Science

Document Type

Major Research Paper

Convocation Year

2009

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