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June 2015

Voices from the 2015 Pacific Energy Summit: Health and the Environment

Expert Voices

May 29, 2015, NBR hosted an on-the-record media roundtable discussion in Beijing, China, as part of the 2015 Pacific Energy Summit. combating pollution, developing renewables and sustainable energy mixes, and the role of government in protecting health and energy security. Listen to audio and read select highlights.

July 2013

Climate Change and Water Security in the Himalayan Region

Richard A. Matthew

Roundtables

This is one of seven essays in the roundtable "Himalayan Water Security: The Challenges for South and Southeast Asia."

July 2013

Himalayan Water Security: A South Asian Perspective

Mark Giordano and Tushaar Shah

Roundtables

This is one of seven essays in the roundtable "Himalayan Water Security: The Challenges for South and Southeast Asia."

July 2013

Asia’s Unstable Water Tower: The Politics, Economics, and Ecology of Himalayan Water Projects

Kenneth Pomeranz

Roundtables

This is one of seven essays in the roundtable "Himalayan Water Security: The Challenges for South and Southeast Asia."

July 2013

China’s Upstream Advantage in the Great Himalayan Watershed

Susan Chan Shifflett, Jennifer L. Turner and Robert Batten

Roundtables

This is one of seven essays in the roundtable "Himalayan Water Security: The Challenges for South and Southeast Asia."

July 2013

Melting the Geopolitical Ice in South Asia

Robert G. Wirsing

Roundtables

This is one of seven essays in a roundtable that discuss the challenges and implications of water security in Asia and recommend steps that both upstream and downstream countries could take to better manage the region’s shared water resources.

July 2013

Securing the Himalayas as the Water Tower of Asia: An Environmental Perspective

Jayanta Bandyopadhyay

Roundtables

This is one of seven essays in the roundtable "Himalayan Water Security: The Challenges for South and Southeast Asia."

February 2012

Health Threats as Nontraditional Security Challenges for Bangladesh

Abbas Bhuiya

Reports

This essay discusses health problems that have the potential to emerge as nontraditional security challenges for Bangladesh in the coming decades.

September 2011

India Next Door, China Over the Horizon: The View from South Asia

Teresita C. Schaffer

Edited Volumes and Chapters

For Pakistan, the rise of India is a strategic nightmare, while the rise of China is an opportunity to curb India’s advancement and reduce dependence on the United States. Afghanistan sees its ties with India and China, as well as with the U.S., as vehicles for blunting interference by its immediate neighbors, especially Pakistan. Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka generally accept India’s primacy in their region. Bangladesh and Nepal see their ties with China as a way of increasing their freedom of action against India; Sri Lanka sees both India and China as means to emphasize its independence from Western donors.

January 2011

Book Reviews – Asia Policy 11

Robert H. Wade, Yi Shang, Douglas Fuller, Mike Danaher, Andrew Scobell, Richard P. Appelbaum, Nadeem Malik and Alexander L. Vuving

Book Reviews

Reviews of books recently published by Terutomo Ozawa, Daniel P. Aldrich, Gilbert Rozman, Denis Fred Simon and Cong Cao, Su-Yan Pan, and Scott L. Kastner, William B. Milam, and Lan Nguyen.

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