Institutions and Resource Insecurity in Asia
IT has long been recognized in Asia that national security encompasses more than traditional balance of power politics. States must also manage external economic vulnerabilities, especially in “strategic” areas such as natural resources. Due to rapid economic growth in China and India, surging world prices, and increasing concerns over environmental scarcity, resource issues have risen to the top of the international agenda. Recent actions by several producer states to limit exports...[Show more]
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