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Blog post on new research findings: transnational energy infrastructures

Foto Blogeintrag zu neuen Forschungsergebnisse: Transnationale Energieinfrastrukturprojekte


Transnational electricity grids are hardly discussed with the populations on-site that are affected by, for instance, land titling disputes and other localized effects of infrastructure construction. Their decision-making, planning and execution are highly asymmetrical: the rerouting of infrastructures via negotiation is an exception.

This is shown by the research results in the recently published article "Prefiguring politics: transregional energy infrastructures as a lens for the study of authoritarian practices" by Benjamin Schütze and Alke Jenss.

For more information, see the blog post "Transregional energy infrastructures and authoritarian power beyond the state".


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