Energy and Security in Asia
THE ongoing revolution in Asian energy consumption has interacted with shifting patterns of diplomatic alignment and a more fluid regional military balance to increase the risk of strategic competition between the region’s established and emerging Great Powers. China’s and India’s emergence as energy super-consumers operating outside the US-dominated security architecture has raised regional tensions in both Northeast Asia and South Asia over energy security. These tensions are...[Show more]
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