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Published by Ashgate in Burlington, VT .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementby Karen Henderson and Carol Weaver
ContributionsWeaver, Carol
LC ClassificationsJZ1570.A545 H46 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24553108M
ISBN 109781409412014, 9781409412021
LC Control Number2010020593

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So far, the EU and the Black Sea region are linked together by a member state (Greece) and accession countries (Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey), as well as special relations with Ukraine and Russia. Once Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey become EU members, the Union will directly border the Black Sea, accounting for half of its coastline. About this book This book concisely describes the architecture of the oil and gas pipelines in the Black-Caspian Seas Region and analyzes the status quo and perspectives of oil and gas production in this region. The book will appeal to the students of Russian foreign policy, Russian–European relations and the Balkans–Black Sea area. It will also be of interest to anyone engaged in comparative and theoretical research of national and international identities.” (Mikhail .   Her most recent academic publications include The Black Sea Region and EU Policy: the challenge of divergent agendas (co-edited with Karen Henderson), published by Ashgate Publishing in and ’Black Sea Regional Security: present multipolarity and future possibilities’, European Author: Carol Weaver.

an EU strategy for the Black Sea region. This initiative was meant to dovetail with other EU basin-focused strategies in Europe. Given that the EU's Black Sea Synergy, the ad hoc policy in place since , was being implemented at a slow pace, the Parliament's request was also intended to amplify the EU’s political presence in the region. The NATO Black Sea littoral states (with the exception of Romania) lack a coherent and convergent policy towards NATO’s adversary – the Russian Federation. The policies of two out of three NATO Member States (excluding Romania) lack cohesion, sharpness and understanding of what needs to be done in order to deter an aggressive Russia. The Black Sea Region and EU Policy: The Challenge of Divergent Agendas by Carol Weaver, Karen Henderson | ISBN: | English | pages | PDF/EPUB | 4 MB/3 MB. In , William Ryan, Walter Pitman and their colleagues first published the Black Sea deluge hypothesis. They proposed that a catastrophic inflow of Mediterranean seawater into the Black Sea freshwater lake occurred at 7, 14 C years BP ( calendar years BP). Before that date, glacial meltwater had turned the Black and Caspian Seas into vast freshwater lakes draining into the Aegean Sea.