European Union

EPRG alumna Jessica Jewell: EU energy security is only as strong as its weakest link

An EPRG alumna Jessica Jewell (PhD EnvSci 2013, currently with IIASA, Austria) has written on the connection between energy security and climate change in The Conversation. Jessica argues that the most effective way to reduce Europe's greenhouse gas emissions is targeting largest emitters such as Germany, Spain or the UK whereas the most important way to increase European energy security is to target small and vulnerable economies in Eastern Europe.

Achievements of the first Hungarian EU Council Presidency

Balazs, Peter, Antonia Molnarova, András Deák, Andras Szalai, Hana Semanic, Aron Szele, and Zselyke Tófalvi. Achievements of the first Hungarian EU Council Presidency. EU Frontiers Policy Paper ed. Budapest: Center for EU Enlargement Studies, 2011.
Center for European Neighborhood Studies (CENS)
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