In order to examine the discursive evolution between the EU and national levels, similarities and differences between discourses and the possible reasons of their occurrence will be outlined.
Hence, in order to understand the interactions and deliberation practices between actors, one has to consider the textual constructions which frame the political environment. This could be an alarming notion.
Based on the arguments just outlined, discourse analysis is the appropriate method for addressing the central question of the present thesis and will be used as a lens to study the evolution of energy security discourses.
Political violence, regional warfare, and the risk of great-power conflict over contested energy resources. The key areas of study of the neorealist school include military aspects of energy security and resource nationalism. Luft, as well as many Russian scholars, including N.
To operationalize the claim above, Sabel and Zeitlin discuss some factors which outline the authority of the EU in the interactions practises during the accession period of Both approaches do not allow detailed study on the process of political change in the system of governance.
Clare, insist on the role of individual A theoretical framework for energy security actors that seek to maximize their energy supply or their position as an energy exporter.
This has been done to apply pressure during economic negotiations—such as during the Russia—Belarus energy dispute. Accessed May 23, According to Andrei Belyi, there have been several cases when states have used energy to influence other countries.
The combined analytical framework is used by such leading Western researchers as D. According to Maarten Hajer and Wytske Versteeg, the novelty of discourse analysis in political science lies in studying the world through language, where language not only creates a picture, but shapes the views of actors.
The energy sector is a part of the broader framework of the EU governance structure. With its low density, it is difficult to build enough pipelines in North America[ clarification needed ] to transport sufficient natural gas to match demand.
Yet, discourse analyses have to be used in an analytical framework, which provides specifications to the meanings used. Nevertheless, the changing global order has posed some challenges to the European space.
Political texts could reveal how the developments and changes in various sectors of the member states are perceived on the EU level.
To determine which energy security problems have converged or diversified in relation to the changing external environment, the method of discourse analysis will be employed to the energy policy texts on the national and EU level. More particularly, whether the political texts contain references to policy coordination practices between the levels and whether actors perceive mutual transformation through the references to negotiations, lobby or policy adjustment practices through which actors perceive the relevance on influence on each other.
In addition, secondary sources, such as the EU reports and academic accounts will be used to provide contextual evidence for the analysis. Rapidly changing international environment pressures Europe both politically and economically. Sabel and Zeitlin discuss one such interactive model and outline some factors which should be considered when analysing the EU and Eastern and Central European states during their accession.
One of the possibilities include placing troops in the Caucasus region to police oil and gas pipelines. Sabel and Zeitlin also refer to the accession as a period of mutual transformation, which were triggered by the changed environment and need for adaptation both on the EU as well as the national levels.The article represents an attempt to analyze the contemporary theoretical framework of energy security research as part of international relations and foreign policy studies.
Neorealism and neoliberalism are the key theoretical schools having the strongest impact on energy security research.
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A Theoretical Framework for Energy Security Through Discourse The current chapter presents the theoretical framework for the thesis and a method for the analysis - A Theoretical Framework for Energy Security Through Discourse introduction.
The current chapter presents the theoretical framework for the thesis and a method for the analysis. The central question of the paper regards the evolution of the EU and Estonian energy security discourses and the implications for the EU governance models in the changing global conditions.Download