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Narendra Modi's UAE Trip Highlights India's Shifting Middle East Approach
August 13, 2015

Narendra Modi's UAE Trip Highlights India's Shifting Middle East Approach

By Harsh V. Pant
India is currently reassessing its approach to this strategically critical and complex region.
TAPI Pipeline Project Limps Ahead With Ownership Largely Sorted Out
August 07, 2015

TAPI Pipeline Project Limps Ahead With Ownership Largely Sorted Out

By Ankit Panda
The Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India pipeline's 22nd Steering Committee meeting resolved a central issue.

South Asia Is Shooting Itself in the Foot on Trade
May 07, 2015

South Asia Is Shooting Itself in the Foot on Trade

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
South Asia's geography once encouraged regional trade. Geopolitical rivalries have wiped away that legacy.

Kazakhstan’s Massive Oil Field Is Finally Getting Repaired
April 17, 2015

Kazakhstan’s Massive Oil Field Is Finally Getting Repaired

By Catherine Putz
Production at the largest oil fields found in 30 years is scheduled to resume in 2017.

Bangladesh: Asia's New Energy Superpower?
November 14, 2014

Bangladesh: Asia's New Energy Superpower?

By Jack Detsch
After a favorable UN settlement in June, Bangladesh stumbled upon a wealth of energy. Will investors buy in?
Shared Energy Interests an Opportunity for Sino-Indian Cooperation
May 23, 2014

Shared Energy Interests an Opportunity for Sino-Indian Cooperation

By Wang Tao
China and India have a shared interest in securing energy supplies. Could they work together?

Amid Ukraine Crisis, Russia Pursues Energy Deals With Asia
March 26, 2014

Amid Ukraine Crisis, Russia Pursues Energy Deals With Asia

By Zachary Keck
Igor Sechin, CEO of Rosneft, is on a tour of Japan, India, South Korea and Vietnam.
An ASEAN Intra-Energy Market?
March 11, 2014

An ASEAN Intra-Energy Market?

By George Lerner
There are huge potential advantages for ASEAN if it can integrate its energy market.

China and Iraq Expand Energy and Defense Ties
February 27, 2014

China and Iraq Expand Energy and Defense Ties

By Zachary Keck
Foreign Minister Wang Yi's visit to Iraq saw China's focus expand beyond energy cooperation.

Japan and Russia: Arctic Friends
February 01, 2014

Japan and Russia: Arctic Friends

By Stratos Pourzitakis
Increasingly close ties offer both countries potential benefits in the Arctic and elsewhere.

Pakistan Wants to Accelerate Iran Natural Gas Pipeline
December 11, 2013

Pakistan Wants to Accelerate Iran Natural Gas Pipeline

By Ankit Panda
Pakistan's foreign ministry announced that Pakistan would double-down on the construction of its pipeline with Iran.
How US Companies Benefit From China’s Coal Addiction
November 21, 2013

How US Companies Benefit From China’s Coal Addiction

China’s reliance on coal has serious environmental consequences, but is keeping U.S. companies in business.

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