International Energy Policy 
- between war and climate change -

INTRODUCTORY

Presentation of introductory seminar


A.  The core energy debate - The triangle of energy policy objects

01.   Energy Supply Security - and energy as weapon
02.   Energy Economic Efficiency - and social unrest
03.   Energy Environmentensuring energy securityal Sustainability - and climate action
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B.  Energy sources

04.   Carbon energy sources: oil, gas and fracking, coal
05.   Nuclear energy
06.   Renewable energy sources: solar, water, wind, hydrogen
07.   Visionary energy sources: fusion, solar power satellites

Lesage, Dries; van de Graaf, Thijs; Westphal, Kirsten: "Blueprint for a Global Sustainable Energy Regime" S. 37-49 in Global Energy Governance in a Multipolar World, 2010
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BP: "Energy Outlook 2023 edition"
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International Energy Agency (IEA): "Energy Efficiency 2022"
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International Energy Agency (IEA): "World Energy Outlook 2022"
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International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA): "World Energy Transitions Outlook 2022"
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European Commission: "A hydrogen strategy for a climate-neutral Europe", 2020
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European Commission: "State of the Energy Union 2022"
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The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate (BMWK): "Second energy security progress report", 2022
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The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate (BMWK): "The Energy of the Future | 8th Monitoring Report on the Energy Transition – Reporting Years 2018 and 2019", 2021
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Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Klimaschutz (BMWK): "Erneuerbare Energien in Zahlen - Nationale und internationale Entwicklung im Jahr 2021", 2022
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C.  Energy policies: regional focus

08.   USA
09.   EU
10.   Russia
11.   Near East
12.   Africa, Asia and Latin America


United Nations Energy Compacts: "Annual Progress Report 2022"
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DeAngelis, Kate (Friends of the Earth US); Tucker, Bronwen (Oil Change International): "Still Digging: G20 Governments continue to finance the climate crisis", 2020
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Regulatory Indicators for Sustainable Energy (RISE) a World Bank's monitoring system: "Country profiles 2022"
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Popkostova, Yana (EUISS): "Europe's energy crisis conundrum - Origins, impacts and way forward", 2022
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The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies: "The geopolitics of energy: out with the old, in with the new?",  Journal 126, 2021
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Pastukhova, Maria; Westphal, Kirsten (German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)): "Eurasian Economic Union Integrates Energy Markets – EU Stands Aside", in SWP-Aktuell 4/2018
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Pastukhova, Maria; Pepe, Jacopo Maria; Westphal, Kirsten: "Geopolitics of Electricity: Grids, Space and (political) Power", SWP Research Paper 6, 2022
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Interview mit Kai-Uwe Schrogl: "Galileo & Co - Zur Rolle der Europäischen Union als infrastrukturpolitischer Akteur" S. 30-34 in Politikum 2/2022

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13.   Geoengineering - The easy way out?
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Ott, Konrad: "Die letzte Versuchung - Geo-Engineering als Ausweg aus der Klimapolitik?", www.internationalepolitik.de, 12/2009
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Schrogl, Kai-Uwe: "Mit Geoengineering gegen den Klimawandel" S. 92-97 in Internationale Politik (DGAP), 2022
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Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) for Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN): Report "International governance issues on climate engineering", 2020
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D.  Theoretical approaches 


14.   Neorealism
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Umbach, Frank: "Europas nächster Kalter Krieg" S. 6-14 in IP Energie für das 21. Jahrhundert, 2006
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Belyi, Andrei V.; Goldthau, Andreas; Keating, Michael F.; Kuzemko, Caroline: "Introduction: Bringing Energy into International Political Economy" S. 2-19 in Dynamics of Energy Governance in Europe and Russia, 2012

15.   Neoliberal institutionalism
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Ciambra, Andrea: "International regimes as knowledge syndicates? Energy and trends of global governance" in EUGOV Working Paper, 2011
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Belyi, Andrei V.; Goldthau, Andreas; Keating, Michael F.; Kuzemko, Caroline: "Introduction: Bringing Energy into International Political Economy" S. 2-19 in Dynamics of Energy Governance in Europe and Russia, 2012

16.   International Political Economy
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Belyi, Andrei V.; Goldthau, Andreas; Keating, Michael F.; Kuzemko, Caroline: "Introduction: Bringing Energy into International Political Economy" S. 2-19 in Dynamics of Energy Governance in Europe and Russia, 2012
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Grätz, Jonas: "Politische Ökonomie und Nationalstaat" S. 7-21 in Russland als globaler Wirtschaftsakteur, 2012
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Strange, Susan: "Energy" S. 186-206 in States and Markets, 1988

17.   Rentierism
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Gray, Matthew: "A Theory of 'Late Rentierism' in the Arab States of the Gulf", 2011
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Schmid, Claudia: "Rente und Rentier-Staat: Ein Beitrag zur Theoriengeschichte" S. 28-50 in Staat, Markt und Rente in der internationalen Politik, 1997
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E.  Concluding discussion

18.   «PROJECT»
18.   - The triangle of energy policy objectives revisited: European energy policy between war and climate change
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European Commission: "Eurobarometer: EU citizens remain strongly in favour of Ukraine and of ensuring energy security", 02/2023

01. Concluding discussion: Hypothetical EU Policy
02. The triangle of energy with focus countries regions
03. The triangle of energy with focus on performance of carbon, renewable, nuclear

«Key questions»
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01. What did strike you most in the preparation?
02. What would you enact as decision-maker?

Presentations of the seminar
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01.     Energy Supply Security - and energy as weapon

02.     Energy Economic Efficiency - and social unrest

03.     Energy Environmental Sustainability - and climate action

04.     Carbon energy sources: oil, gas and fracking, coal

05.     Nuclear energy

06.     Renewable energy sources: solar, water, wind, hydrogen

07.     Visionary energy sources: fusion, solar power satellites

08.    USA

09.    Russia

10.    EU

11.    MENA

12.    Africa, Asia and Latin America

13.    Geoengineering – The easy way out?

14.    Neorealism

15.    Neoliberal institutionalism

16.    International Political Economy

17.    Rentierism