Improving energy security in East Asia: Prospects for energy cooperation

Taylor, Monique (2011). Improving energy security in East Asia: Prospects for energy cooperation. In: 2011 Australia-China Futures Dialogues, Emerging Leaders' Dialogue: Non-traditional Security Challenges and Regional Cooperation in Asia. Australia-China Futures Dialogues, Emerging Leaders' Dialogue: Non-Traditional Security Challenges and Regional Cooperation in East Asia (2011), Beijiing, China, (30-33). 28-29 July 2011.

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Author Taylor, Monique
Title of paper Improving energy security in East Asia: Prospects for energy cooperation
Conference name Australia-China Futures Dialogues, Emerging Leaders' Dialogue: Non-Traditional Security Challenges and Regional Cooperation in East Asia (2011)
Conference location Beijiing, China
Conference dates 28-29 July 2011
Convener Griffith Asia Institute; Peking University
Proceedings title 2011 Australia-China Futures Dialogues, Emerging Leaders' Dialogue: Non-traditional Security Challenges and Regional Cooperation in Asia
Journal name Regional Outlook Paper
Place of Publication Nathan, QLD, Australia
Publisher Griffith Asia Institute
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Fully published paper
Volume 31
Start page 30
End page 33
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
All East Asian states recognise energy security as an issue that is central to their development aspirations. Over the past decade in particular, energy security has become widely recognised and regarded as a core policy matter. While the approach taken by East Asian countries to achieving energy security often pays lip service to the benefits of regional energy cooperation, in practice such cooperation tends to be fractious and poorly institutionalised. Based on current regional dynamics, it is unlikely that substantive multilateral energy cooperation will emerge any time soon, despite the obvious benefits it would bring to all states in the East Asian region.
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Created: Sun, 26 Feb 2012, 11:28:08 EST by Dr Monique Taylor on behalf of School of Political Science & Internat'l Studies