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Expansionism as a Part of US Energy Policy

Student: Ekaterina Fokina

Supervisor: Maxim Bratersky

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: World Economy (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2016

This work is aimed at evaluation of the external energy of the USA as a tool for USA’s political empowerment on the global political arena. To understand current position of the United States on the global energy market and energy policy of the country, the energy policy of George Bush and Barack Obama were taken into consideration and evaluated in accordance with the needs of the economy of the United States. It also contains research on the external current and potential partnerships in terms of energy, estimates its benefits for the both sides and also identifies the most perspective directions for cooperation. During the research European Union, Africa and Asia (China, in particular) are studied as the most important partners for the USA. This paper contains deep analysis of the directions for partnership between the USA and these three regions and figures out benefits, the possible difficulties of co-work for the participants of a partnership and the ways for their solution.

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