The Geopolitics of Energy Transformation. / Goldthau, Andreas; Westphal, Kirsten; Keim, Martin.

Berlin : German Institute for International and Security Affairs, 2018. 4 p. (SWP Comment).

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

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The Geopolitics of Energy Transformation. / Goldthau, Andreas; Westphal, Kirsten; Keim, Martin.

Berlin : German Institute for International and Security Affairs, 2018. 4 p. (SWP Comment).

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Goldthau, A, Westphal, K & Keim, M 2018, The Geopolitics of Energy Transformation. SWP Comment, vol. 42, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Berlin.

APA

Goldthau, A., Westphal, K., & Keim, M. (2018). The Geopolitics of Energy Transformation. (SWP Comment). German Institute for International and Security Affairs.

Vancouver

Goldthau A, Westphal K, Keim M. The Geopolitics of Energy Transformation. Berlin: German Institute for International and Security Affairs, 2018. 4 p. (SWP Comment).

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Goldthau, Andreas ; Westphal, Kirsten ; Keim, Martin. / The Geopolitics of Energy Transformation. Berlin : German Institute for International and Security Affairs, 2018. 4 p. (SWP Comment).

BibTeX

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title = "The Geopolitics of Energy Transformation",
abstract = "The transformation of the energy system is a global phenomenon, but the processitself is still progressing far too slowly to halt climate change. However, for “humansecurity”, it has immediate positive effects. An energy system that is increasinglyelectrifying offers reduced dependence on fossil fuel supply chains and strengthensaccess to energy, thus serving as an economic factor that indirectly promotes national and international security. However, the perceivable geographical concentration of technology leadership and an imbalance in global finance raise new threats. These may translate into veritable geopolitical risks that require global cooperation in order to be overcome.",
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RIS

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