Change of Security Equations within the Strategy of Energy Security
Oil and Natural Gas as a Model
Nowadays, the energy factor is considered one of the most important geopolitical factors that affect the security and stability of different regions of the world, especially those rich in oil and natural gas. Therefore, this research revolves around showing the nature of the relationship between the Ministry of Energy and the changes that occur in the security equations of countries due to energy, which in turn affects the creation of a state of stability and security instability for energy sources and the supply of countries. Through this research, we go beyond other recent studies on this topic, and link the most important elements of energy security to equations of stability and instability in energy-exporting and energy-exporting countries. Consequently, we analyze what drives energy-exporting and exporting countries to influence the dynamics of changing security equations in order to secure energy interests in their country. Until the research reached this fact, which, despite the success of some countries in the use of energy as a solid force and to ensure the security stability of their countries with energy ratios, they are generally energy-exporting countries and supplying them, and in order to secure energy security in their countries, they changed their security equations, and led This creates a state of security instability for countries at the national, regional and even international levels.
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