China’s Oil Gambit in Africa’s Conflict Zones
By Robert Bociaga
Across the continent, China is doubling down on energy investments even in the face of local opposition and violent conflict.
In the Name of Energy Security, China Is Doubling Down on Both Renewables and Coal
By Zoe Leung
China is the world’s largest producer of both renewable energy and coal power, the dirtiest fossil fuel.
How China’s Extreme Weather Summer Is Affecting Its Security
By Genevieve Donnellon-May and Zhang Hongzhou
Climate shocks are impacting China’s energy, water, and food security ambitions.
How China’s Coal Commitment Went up in Smoke
By Bonnie Girard
The flip-flop on coal policy makes it clear that China’s climate goals take a backseat to energy security and self-sufficiency.
In China, Coal Is Winning With an ‘Energy Security’ PR Campaign
By Wu Jinghan
China’s coal industry is back in swing and using “energy security” as a synonym for coal helps it grow.
The Hidden Motive of China’s Zero Emissions Pledge: Energy Security
By Chan Kung and He Jun
China’s embrace of electric vehicles and the hydrogen economy is also about reducing its reliance on foreign energy sources.
Can China Remake Its Image in the Middle East?
By Nicholas Lyall
Amid the staples of trade and investment, energy, and the BRI, China is exploring a new paradigm of relations with the region.
China in the Middle East: Past, Present, and Future
By Nicholas Lyall
Tracing the recent history and trajectory of China’s presence in the Middle East.
China and the Middle East: Israel’s Strategic Stakes
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Sam Chester.
Vietnam's Energy Exports Could Help Rebuild Ties With China
By Quoc-Thanh Nguyen
Can oil and gas diplomacy be Vietnam's strategic map to re-establish normal relations with China?
Deconstructing China’s Energy Security Strategy
By Samir Tata
"The United States should not underestimate China’s ability to achieve energy security within the next two decades."
East Asia’s State-Led Search for Energy Security
By Michael Hart
Instead of collective efforts, states are increasingly taking unilateral steps to secure access to energy.