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Germany as energopolitical player
Bradáč, Adam ; Romancov, Michael (advisor) ; Jeřábek, Martin (referee)
This master thesis called "Germany as an energopolitical player" deals with the problem of energy security of Germany, with the evolution of German energy policy from 1988, it means from the start of Gerhard Shroeder's chancellor period, till nowadays. The aim of this thesis is to determine whether the German energy policy, which is characterized by the energy partnership between Germany and Russia, hinders a closer integration of European energy policy (EEP) which aims at the formation of a unified EU energy policy. Therefore the interdependence of Russia and Germany, its advantages as well as disadvantages, are analyzed. Part of this work tries to analyze also the positions of German political parties (or factional groups) on the issues of energy security of Germany, as well as the possible change of the Russian-German partnership in the context of the start of Angela Merkel's chancellor period. The economic dimension of this partnership cannot be left behind as well, because there are also many private energy companies, which have a huge impact on the shape of German energy policy. Therefore, also the role of these private actors is analyzed.

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