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January 2015

Changes to the Global Energy Landscape

Commentary

The global energy landscape is undergoing dramatic changes as energy consumption grows, demand increases, and countries face uncertainty about security of supply. U.S.-China collaboration on technology development, including clean coal technology, could provide critical solutions to these global challenges.

January 2015

Divisions between China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan

Commentary

Political divisions in and among China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan will continue to simmer throughout 2015. Developments in 2015 will determine the course of Hong Kong and Taiwan’s elections in 2016 and 2017, which could alter economic and governance relations with Beijing.

January 2015

Xi Jinping’s New Foreign Policy

Commentary

In light of the backlash against its recent actions in the East and South China Seas, China has indicated that it is rethinking its regional strategy. The logic driving this new foreign policy, however, remains largely unchanged.

December 2014

2014 Pacific Energy Summit Report: Charting the Course to a Secure and Cleaner Energy Future

Conference, Project, and Program Publications

On June 30-July 1, over 200 high-level participants from across the Asia-Pacific convened in Seoul, South Korea, for the 2014 Pacific Energy Summit to find solutions to the region's energy and environmental challenges. The Summit Report presents the findings of this invitation-only event and identifies opportunities for stakeholders to pursue complementary strategies for achieving the goal of a clean and abundant energy future.

December 2014

China’s Search for Oil and Gas Security: Prospects and Implications

Mikkal E. Herberg

Essays

This essay explores China’s impact on global markets for oil and gas and highlights implications for policy and industry.

December 2014

Rival Regionalisms and Regional Order: A Slow Crisis of Legitimacy

Ellen L. Frost

Reports

This NBR Special Report analyzes the emergence of rival regionalisms in Asia and argues that recent economic and security developments threaten to fragment Asia’s institutional landscape, erode regional stability, and undermine Asian confidence in the legitimacy of the institutions and values underpinning the existing liberal economic order.

December 2014

The Rise and Persistence of Strategic Hedging across Asia: A System-Level Analysis

Van Jackson

Edited Volumes and Chapters

This chapter from Strategic Asia 2014–15 analyzes the trend of Asian governments adopting hedging strategies and draws implications for U.S. policy toward the Asia-Pacific.

November 2014

U.S. Alliances and Partnerships in the Pacific Century

Policy Q&A

Ashley J. Tellis (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) discusses some of the main research findings from NBR’s forthcoming volume, Strategic Asia 2014-2015: U.S. Alliances and Partnerships at the Center of Global Power

November 2014

China’s Energy Policymaking Processes and Their Consequences

Philip Andrews-Speed

Essays

This essay examines the dynamics of China’s energy policymaking and how differences in the context and processes for various initiatives ultimately shape their implementation and potential for success.

November 2014

Forging a New Energy and Environmental Balance: Conclusions and Implications for the Asia-Pacific

Mikkal E. Herberg

Essays

The is the conclusion to the report "China's Energy Crossroads: Forging a New Energy and Environmental Balance.

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Taking Renewable Energy to Scale in Asia
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