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Why Are US Allies Japan and South Korea Drawing Closer to Russia?
March 20, 2018
Why Are US Allies Japan and South Korea Drawing Closer to Russia?
Rational self-interest and energy security are more important than Western politics for US allies in Northeast Asia.
Why Are US Allies Japan and South Korea Drawing Closer to Russia?
Asian Oil Majors and Iran: Risks and Rewards
October 04, 2016
Asian Oil Majors and Iran: Risks and Rewards
Insights from Yassin K. Fawaz.
Asian Oil Majors and Iran: Risks and Rewards
China’s Energy Security Achilles Heel: Middle Eastern Oil
September 08, 2015
China’s Energy Security Achilles Heel: Middle Eastern Oil
China’s reliance on Middle Eastern oil is a very real threat to the stability of the global economic order
China’s Energy Security Achilles Heel: Middle Eastern Oil
Will the Iran Deal Help the Iran-Pakistan Pipeline Project?
July 28, 2015
Will the Iran Deal Help the Iran-Pakistan Pipeline Project?
Iranian sanctions relief could mean the completion of the Iran-Pakistan pipeline project is more likely.
Will the Iran Deal Help the Iran-Pakistan Pipeline Project?
China's Central Asian Opportunity
February 05, 2015
China's Central Asian Opportunity
China might be a saving grace for Central Asia's economies.
China's Central Asian Opportunity
Asia’s Iran Oil Imports Increase 25%
August 01, 2014
Asia’s Iran Oil Imports Increase 25%
During the first half of 2014, Asia imported 25 percent more oil from Iran than in the first half of 2013.
Asia’s Iran Oil Imports Increase 25%
New Research Could Make Nuclear Energy Safer
June 16, 2014
New Research Could Make Nuclear Energy Safer
New technology could make nuclear plants less susceptible to disaster, and possibly ease Japanese fears.
New Research Could Make Nuclear Energy Safer
The Iranian Nuclear Question: China’s Perspective
November 27, 2013
The Iranian Nuclear Question: China’s Perspective
Forget Israel and Iran: China may be the ultimate winner of the recent deal over Iran’s nuclear program
The Iranian Nuclear Question: China’s Perspective
Can the US Solve Japan’s Energy Crisis?
October 03, 2013
Can the US Solve Japan’s Energy Crisis?
Importing natural gas from the U.S. could give Japan the energy security it seeks.
Can the US Solve Japan’s Energy Crisis?
The US Should Hope China “Wins” the Iraq War
June 08, 2013
The US Should Hope China “Wins” the Iraq War
The U.S. stands to benefit more than any country except Iraq itself from China’s investment in Baghdad’s oil.
The US Should Hope China “Wins” the Iraq War
North America's Energy Boom Meets Climate Change
December 14, 2012
North America's Energy Boom Meets Climate Change
Will climate change and climate change policies be affected?
North America's Energy Boom Meets Climate Change
China's Nuclear Energy Play
November 29, 2012
China's Nuclear Energy Play
A government official claims China will have 41 nuclear power units operating by 2015, with an additional 20 plants being built.
China's Nuclear Energy Play
'Blowing in the Wind?': China's Energy Future
November 14, 2012
'Blowing in the Wind?': China's Energy Future
Despite persistent challenges, a new Greenpeace report finds wind power might have a bright future in China.
'Blowing in the Wind?': China's Energy Future
The New
November 01, 2012
The New "Battery of Asia?"
Laos intends to build more than 70 dams along tributaries of the Mekong River. While there are rich profits to be made, is the cost too high?
The New "Battery of Asia?"
China's 'Image' Problem in Africa
October 25, 2012
China's 'Image' Problem in Africa
Beijing’s policy of “non intervention” was championed by African leaders looking for economic growth without political preconditions. As Africa’s politics change, is the policy obsolete?
China's 'Image' Problem in Africa
The 'Tragedy' of China's Energy Policy
October 04, 2012
The 'Tragedy' of China's Energy Policy
Why Beijing’s energy strategy entrenches the narrative of China as a “irresponsible stakeholder.”
The 'Tragedy' of China's Energy Policy
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