Dr. Savvas Papasavvas
Consultant - Energy, Security & Crisis Management
Savvas Papasavvas was born in Nicosia in 1983. He graduated from the Hellenic Military Academy in 2005. He has extensive experience negotiating and inspecting the implementation of contracts the Republic of Cyprus has signed with states and institutions. He holds a PhD in International Relations Relations (Middlesex University London) specializing in energy security crisis management and has lectured in universities in UK, Emirates and Austria. He has participated as a speaker in 12 international conferences, and his research interests include energy/environmental geopolitics, foreign policy analysis and nuclear deterrence.
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In recent hours, there has been an invasion by Hamas militants into the territory of Israel, with the Israeli authorities vowing to mount a response of unprecedented magnitude. The present op-ed endeavors to make a contribution to the ongoing discourse surrounding the causative factors that precipitated Hamas actions and the ramifications of these developments on the regional geopolitics.
Over the last months, there has been a growing discussion regarding the impact of geopolitical analysis on the energy sector without the area of ESG being an exception. This op-ed seeks to act as the starting point on Strategy International contribution to how Geopolitics may impact the energy sector within the upcoming years.
The Exploitation of Hydrocarbons and its Impact on the States’ Military Capabilities: The case of the Republic of Cyprus
Even though the Republics of Greece and Cyprus have both repeatedly highlighted their intention to avoid settling their disputes with the Turkey/TRNC axis through the application of military means, no one can rule out the possibility of escalation due to factors that cannot be predicted in advance.
The Exploitation of Hydrocarbons as a Factor of Differentiating the Eastern Mediterranean Power Correlation: the case of the Republic of Cyprus
By Savvas Papasavvas PhDc, Military officer, Foreign and Energy Policy Analyst, Strategy Junior Consultant
Thus, this threat to Turkey’s energy security combined with the tendency of some analysts bases their arguments on Thucydides[vii] made them try to present Turkey’s response through the application of “Thucydides trap”.
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