Explore the fascinating world of international relations and energy policies in this insightful interview with Dr. Marco Siddi. From the realist perspective to the geopolitics of energy, Dr. Siddi delves into crucial topics like the EU’s green transition, harmonizing energy policies, and the implications of the Ukraine conflict on the EU Green Deal. Discover new research ideas and gain valuable insights into the complex realm of international energy relations.
- Realist Perspective in Energy Policy
- Concept of ‘Energy Weapon’
- Realists vs. Liberal Logic in Energy Policy
- Constructivist Scholarship
- Geopolitics of Energy
- Energy Transition
- Harmonizing EU Energy Policies
- Relevance of EU Ministry of Energy
- EU Regulations and Green Transition Progress
- EU Energy Bloc Purchasing Platforms
- RePowerEU Concept in Dr. Siddi’s Book
- EU-Gazprom Contracts
- EU-Russia Energy Relations
- EU Green Deal Post-Ukraine War
- Research Methods and Energy Policy Approach
- Gathering Information on Russia
- Dr. Siddi’s New Research Ideas
Marco Siddi is a researcher at Finish Institute of International Affairs specializing in EU-Russia relations and European energy policy. He holds Adjunct Professor positions at the University of Helsinki and Tampere University. Siddi earned his PhD from the Universities of Edinburgh and Cologne, focusing on the EU’s external actions.
His research covers energy and climate politics, identity politics in Europe, European security, and Italy’s role in the EU. Notable publications include “European Energy Politics: The Green Transition and EU-Russia Energy Relations” (Edward Elgar, 2023) and “European Identities and Foreign Policy Discourses on Russia” (Routledge, 2020).