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Cyril Widdershoven

​ Cyril Widdershoven, He is an international energy expert. Senior Fellow at the Mediterranean Institute for Regional Studies. Dr, Widdershoven, has also earned his PhD degree at King’s College, University of London, Department of War Studies, and an M.A. in Middle East Studies at the University o

Realism and COP26 the Saudi way? Hydrocarbons and renewables need each other!

Cyril Widdershoven

10/28/2021 12:48:00 PM

The world is eagerly awaiting the COP26 results in the next weeks. The largest climate change gathering until now will need to address current and future threats not only to the environment, air and water quality, economic growth and the future of the world, but also take into account the possible impact of all these measures, proposals and grand schemes to be expected on respective countries and regions, especially outside of the OECD area. The current onslaught on hydrocarbon producers, compan

European gas markets hit brick wall, Groningen to be opened again?

Cyril Widdershoven

9/24/2021 8:49:00 AM

The ongoing energy crunch, as mentioned in the media, hitting the EU soon, is going to change possible narratives in Brussels and the respective European capitals. Possible natural gas and energy shortages hitting European customers and industry the coming months is putting extreme pressure already on respective governments. Due to higher energy costs, showing a possible record price level of $100 MBTU or $250 per crude oil barrel equivalent is putting fear in the eyes of politicians, especially

France to step into US void Iraq, supporting key Kurdish role in regional security

Cyril Widdershoven

8/30/2021 9:32:00 AM

At the time that the world is watching the Afghanistan disaster, caused by the US retreat, leaving its allies in the dark, France is working on its future role in the Middle East region. French president Macron, while attending the Baghdad Regional Summit, with major regional parties such as Saudi Arabia, Iran and others, has shown a willingness to fill the perceived void left by Washington’s ongoing retreat from the region. The Afghani conundrum, already perceived by most as America’s 2nd Vietn

رؤية للمستقبل بشأن الحل للقضية الكردية في سوريا

Cyril Widdershoven

1/30/2018 2:39:00 PM

رؤية للمستقبل بشأن الحل للقضية الكردية في سوريا

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