Asia’s Rising Energy and Resource Nationalism: Implications for the United States, China, and the Asia-Pacific Region

Abstract The 2011 Energy Security Report, “Asia’s Rising Energy and Resource Nationalism,” overviews the dramatic developments taking place in Asian energy markets and their geopolitical implications. The report includes an examination of the connection between energy insecurity and control of major sea lanes, the impact of Asia’s national oil companies on the global industry, and the emergence of rare earth elements as an arena for national competition.
Author The National Bureau of Asian Research; Gabe Collins, Andrew S. Erickson, Yufan Hao, Mikkal E. Herberg, Llewelyn Hughes, Weihua Liu and Jane Nakano; September, 2011
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1 Energy and Climate, 1.3 China and International Relations in the Energy Sector