o non-influential parts of radical educational institutions generates diverse generations for radicalized youth that makes reconciliation more difficult to attain. The vicious cycle surrounding natural recourses is only broken with massive political reforms in which oil regimes of Russian energy industry resist.
Russia ranks as one of the leading natural gas suppliers in the world. The country has been in close competition with the U.S. as top leading producer of energy in terms of oil. Russia holds one formidable position for energy exportation. The aspect of statutory intervention of European Union as well as former Soviet Union narrows as major Russian energy importers. Such media coverage for the ‘gas crisis’ can be highlighted to be an incremental growth for energy security politicization in the region as well as global politics. On the other hand, the establishment of Europe’s access of reliable and relatively cheaper energy supplies together with Russian adventurism presents a major threat to continued reliance for hydrocarbons while establishing international energy security future. The growth of Russia’s international prominence has an inextricable link to the available natural energy resources. The broader price increases for oil and gas from the mid-2000s has placed Russia as an influential component of global politics while negotiating positions of financial collapse. The recent decades have marked successive economic growth years.
Growth in demand allows for Russian energy prospects to be a bargaining chip and placing the country’s position top OPEC countries and Middle East. The regions are marked by continuous conflicts that undermine supply’s reliability. Europe is mostly dependent on Russia to gain up to 40 percent of gas while 33% of the oil supplies continue increasing based on expectations. On the other hand, China approximately imports up to 10 percent of gas from northern neighbors. The national and energy security problems