May 6, 2014

America’s Allies and Nuclear Arms: Assessing the Geopolitics of Nonproliferation in Asia

By: Robert Zarate While U.S. policymakers and lawmakers sometimes deeply disagree on precisely how to stop hostile states from getting nuclear weapons, they generally agree on […]
July 6, 2012

The Arctic and Natural Gas in Northeast Asia’s Energy Future

By: Isabella Mroczkowski and L.C. Russell Hsiao | The International Energy Outlook 2011 published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration forecasts that world energy consumption will […]
October 31, 2011

Asia’s Electric Grid: The Future of Nuclear Power in the Region’s Energy Mix

By: Isabella Mroczkowski | The confluence of a growing economy and increasing standard of living are causing energy demands to increase throughout Asia. Accordingly, Asia is […]
July 29, 2010

Asia’s Turbulent Waters: Blue Water Tensions in the Yellow Sea

By: Ian Easton and Tiffany Ma | Naval tensions mounting over recent months in the Asia-Pacific have unfolded in a blue water drama featuring almost every seafaring nation in […]
July 10, 2010

Averting Crisis on the Mekong River

By: Prashanth Parameswaran | The Mekong River faces challenges from hydropower, demographic and development pressures to climate change that threaten to alter the river. These trends […]
July 6, 2010

The Nuclear Renaissance in Asia and Radioactive Waste

The nuclear renaissance in Asia promises to reduce the region’s dependence on fossil fuels and to reduce carbon emissions from its growing economies. However, the growth […]
June 22, 2010

Aerospace Trends in the Asia-Pacific Region

The latest report from the Project 2049 Institute,  is now available on our website. Authored by Mark Stokes and Ian Easton the monograph addresses trends in China’s […]
June 14, 2010

The Arctic “Floating Pipeline” to Asia?

The Arctic Northern Sea Route (NSR) looks set for another summer of experimental navigation as ice cover temporarily recedes in this shipping frontier. Russia’s largest government owned shipping […]
March 31, 2010

Southeast Asia’s Dry Spell

By: Project 2049 Institute | Southeast Asia is currently weathering its worst drought in decades. The dry spell, which could stretch far into 2011, threatens to […]
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