Global Energy Security amid Geopolitical Tension represents a multidimensional challenge that demands a nuanced understanding of the interactions between energy, geopolitics, and environmental sustainability. As the world grapples with resource scarcity, climate change, and the evolving energy landscape, addressing these critical issues will require innovative policies, international cooperation, and a keen awareness of the geopolitical intricacies at play. The pursuit of global energy security amid geopolitical tensions remains an ongoing and dynamic endeavour that holds significant implications for the future of our interconnected world.

Energy security, as a fundamental pillar of national security and economic stability, has always been intricately tied to geopolitical dynamics. This critical background delves into the key dimensions and challenges of this topic, highlighting its complex interplay with international politics, resource scarcity, and environmental concerns. Armed with this foundational knowledge, we embark on a search for thematic papers that provide both theoretical insights and empirical contributions to this critical discourse 


Resource scarcity and competition amid high geopolitical tension

Energy as a Tool of Statecraft

Energy-environmental Nexus

Energy transit and infrastructure vulnerabilities

Regional hotspots: where energy resources are particularly concentrated or contested

Technological advancements and disruptions under energy market

International agreements and diplomacy in addressing both energy security and environmental concerns through multilateral cooperation

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Anna Gainetdinova

Junior Researcher, GSEM UrFU