Laos Pushes Forward With Seventh Mekong River Dam Project
By Sebastian Strangio
The Phou Ngoy dam is one of nine hydropower projects that the Lao government is planning on the mainstream of the Mekong River.
How India Can Beat China in Nepal
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
A recent visit provides an opportunity for India to begin delivering on its bilateral ties with Kathmandu amid growing competition from Beijing.
Can Red China Really Be the World’s New Green Leader?
By Chris Zhang
In the absence of U.S. leadership, Beijing’s policies on climate change are likely to set the global agenda.
The Future Shape of Mekong Cooperation
By Jack Guen-Murray, Monzima Haque, and John Lichtefeld
A closer look at the paths ahead for the Mekong River Commission.
Bhutan Should Come Clean on Hydropower Megaplan
By Vishal Arora and Chencho Dema
Environmentalists are concerned about the nation's secretive hydropower plans.
Interview: Climate Change in Central Asia
By Ryskeldi Satke
Columbia University’s Benjamin Orlove on the repercussions of climate change in Central Asia.
Central Asia’s Hydropower Spat
By Elmurad Kasym
Uzbekistan’s repeated attempts to block Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan from building hydropower plants are futile.
Modi in Bhutan: From Energy to Wellbeing
By Gaurav Daga
Tiny Bhutan has more to offer India than just hydropower.