On this page, you find a selection of online publications that I used for developing my professional training sessions on geopolitics. This page focuses on the geopolitics of energy. These are also the online publications that I recommend to students of my Geopolitical Trends Analysis Summer School and Geopolitical Scenario Planning Summer School at Maastricht University.
I am aware that this is a small and not fully up-to-date selection of online publications on the geopolitics of energy. However, their content is still relevant to conduct geopolitical research today. Moreover, in due time, I will update this page.
If you have any questions or suggestions regarding these online publications on the geopolitics of energy, please contact me.
- Archives-Ouvertes.fr – Russian and European gas interdependence – Can market forces balance out geopolitics? [pdf file]
- Baker Institute – Center for Energy Studies and New Alignments? The Geopolitics of Gas and Oil Cartels and the Changing Middle East
- Brookings Institution – The Geopolitics of Energy: From Security to Survival and China and America Need Not Be Energy Rivals
- CATO – Energy Alarmism – The Myths That Make Americans Worry about Oil
- Center for Strategic and International Studies – The Geopolitics of Russian Energy [pdf file]
- Chatham House – The ‘Shale Gas Revolution’: Developments and Changes
- Clingendael International Energy Program (CIEP) – The New Dimensions of Geopolitics [Natural Gas]
- Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich – China’s Conception of Energy Security: Sources and International Impacts
- Real Instituto Elcano – Emerging Economies and the New Energy Security Agenda
- Energy Information Administration – World oil transit chokepoints critical to global energy security
- International Energy Agency – Analysis
- Harvard Kennedy School – The Geopolitics of Natural Gas [pdf file]
- Journal of Energy Security – Hindsight and Foresight in Gauging Our Energy Future
- OECD Observer – 21st century energy: Some sobering thoughts and Energy: Finding a new gear
- Oxford Institute for Energy Studies – Publications
- Resources for the Future – Global Energy Outlook 2019: The Next Generation of Energy