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  1. Introduction
  2. Review
  3. Conclusion

The topic that will be presented here raises some serious issues and it will discuss what the consequences of reporting energy on international relations are. Energy is a crucial and fundamental element for states across the globe. The discovery of energy and its uses has opened the door to technological and economic growth which we have achieved. Energon, the word denoting energy in Greek, refers to something that can put something in motion. Energy can ensure economic growth of a State and accompanies all our actions in daily life, particularly in the West. It is well known, that thanks to the energy, one's food and industrial production is ensured. Energy sources are found throughout the world. Why then, do energy supplies imply a possible conflict between states? This document will try to answer this question by seeking to understand what the relationship between most states is, to share energy resources and ensure energy supply, and to presage a future international conflict. In the first part it will talk about energy dependence and the risks in supply and their consequences. In the second part, it will attempt to discuss the measures that countries have undertaken to overcome this problem.

The world has many sources of energy, and technology and also seeks to produce new ones. One will find in the world of fossils, fuels like gas, coal, oil, biomass that was like wood and solar energy, People have also found new ways to produce this energy as with wind power, natural fuels (rapeseed), hydroelectric power, nuclear, etc. But this is not the supply that determines the demand in this case; the energy needs of countries depend on somewhat different criteria (such as economic structure, policy choices, international relations and the difficulty or ease of processing and acquiring a type of energy source).

Tags: Energy; energy supplies; source of conflict; sharing of energy resources; energy dependence; risks in supply; consequences;

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