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Energy security logics in Europe : threat, risk or emancipation?

Author: Izabela Surwillo
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
Series: Routledge new security studies.
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This book analyzes energy security dynamics in Europe through the prism of security logics. Drawing on the literature on securitization, security logics and security contexts, it scrutinizes energy security debates and policy developments in Germany, Poland and Ukraine, focusing on the pipeline politics, nuclear energy and renewables sector. The contextualized analysis accounts for the wider historical,  Read more...
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Surwillo, Izabela.
Energy security logics in Europe.
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
(OCoLC)1085628838
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Izabela Surwillo
ISBN: 9780429426117 0429426119 9780429759994 0429759991 9780429760006 0429760000 9780429759987 0429759983
OCLC Number: 1100588457
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Series Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Illustrations; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; Notes; References; Chapter 1: Energy security and its logics: Towards contextual analysis; Introduction; The challenge of energy security analysis; Copenhagen School securitization theory: the problem of context and a single logic approach; Security and its logics; Energy security and its logics; Analytical blueprint of energy security logics; Operationalization of context; Methodological approach; Notes; References Chapter 2: Germany: Towards a new energy security paradigmIntroduction; Conceptualizing energy security in the German context; Pipeline politics: threats in disguise and "business as usual"; Ukrainian gas crisis 2006; Nordstream; The accident in Fukushima and accelerated nuclear phase-out: the risk society at its peak; Background of the German nuclear energy debate; Fukushima and its aftermath in Germany; Accelerated nuclear phase-out; Energy-climate nexus: contesting the sustenance rationale; Energiewende: the energy transformation; Energiewende: the interaction of actors Competing energy security dimensions and changing hierarchiesEnergiewende-the "energy revolution": from the logic of subsistence to emancipation; Conclusion; Notes; References; Chapter 3: Poland: Energy and society at the crossroads; Introduction; Conceptualizing energy security in the Polish context; EU Climate and Energy package through the prism of the subsistence logic; Accident in Fukushima and the Polish nuclear debate: the withering prevention rationale; An accident in Fukushima and the Polish nuclear debate Energy democracy in the post-Soviet space: transformation through emancipationThe case of reversed hierarchies; Pipeline politics: the rise and fall of the logic of war; The rise of the logic of war; The fall of the logic of war; Energy security versus energy sovereignty; Conclusion; Notes; References; Chapter 4: Ukraine: Energy policy within geopolitical constraints; Introduction; Around the subsistence logic; Conceptualizing energy security in the Ukrainian context; Eastern influences and the Ukrainian Energy Strategy 2030; Western influences and the Ukrainian Energy Strategy 2035 Democratic solutions in the Ukrainian context: obstacles to the emancipatory agendaEnergy monopolies; The sociohistorical obstacles; Factors of change; NGO sector and its problems; Pipeline politics and the logic of war; The rise of the logic of war; The logic of war and "energy sovereignty"; War with Russia: the strengthening of the survival imperative; The nuclear energy debate; The puzzling lack of prevention imperative; In the aftermath of Fukushima; Conclusion; Notes; References; Chapter 5: The energy security logics in Europe revisited; Introduction
Series Title: Routledge new security studies.
Responsibility: Izabela Surwillo.

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This book analyzes energy security dynamics in Europe through the prism of security logics. Drawing on the literature on securitization, security logics and security contexts, it scrutinizes energy security debates and policy developments in Germany, Poland and Ukraine, focusing on the pipeline politics, nuclear energy and renewables sector. The contextualized analysis accounts for the wider historical, socio-economic and cultural background from which energy policies emerge and gives a voice to the different stakeholders--from policymakers to the local NGO sector. The book sheds light on the root causes of different energy policy decisions and illustrates that European energy security is currently driven by four security logics--war, subsistence, risk and emancipation. The logic of emancipation is a newly emergent phenomenon embraced by many bottom-up citizens' initiatives and manifested in their drive to self-reliance, the rhetoric of liberation and local practices of energy production. The conceptualization and analysis of the emancipatory logic vis-à-vis other energy security logics help to explain European energy context most effectively--with its background conditions, emerging trends and often controversial national policy approaches. This book will be of much interest to students of critical security studies, energy policy and European politics in general.

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