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DECEMBER SP'S OUT NOW!

Our publications for the month of December are now out! Check out this round of short papers which features two papers under the topic of Energy.

In the past few months, the topic of energy has been a frequent point of conversation among Europeans. Gas prices sky-rocketed at the end of 2022, massively halting energy consumption, with people struggling to find ways to manage their bills.

Learn more about this captivating and relevant topic by reading these short papers!

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A SHORT-LIVED JOY AND LONG-LASTING REGRET: RUSSIAN-HUNGARIAN NUCLEAR ENERGY RELATIONS

By: Sofiya Tryzub-Cook

This paper evaluates the strategic advantages and disadvantages of Hungary’s decision to maintain friendly relations with Russia against the backdrop Russia’s war against Ukraine.

TRUST IN CARBON CAPTURE TECHNOLOGY SLOWS CLIMATE ACTION TODAY

By: Philipp Peksalgam

This paper criticizes currently unrealistic carbon-zero approaches that rely heavily on undeveloped and unverified carbon capture technology.

Short papers DEC: Causes

These papers were edited by Nuur, and the Short Paper management team. We thank our editors for their hard work this month!

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