6 edition of strategic implications of China"s energy needs found in the catalog.
by Oxford University Press for The International Institute for Strategic Studies in London, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p.-115).
|Other titles||China"s energy needs|
|Statement||Philip Andrews-Speed, Xuanli Liao, and Roland Dannreuther.|
|Series||Adelphi paper,, 346, Adelphi papers ;, no. 346.|
|Contributions||Liao, Xuanli., Dannreuther, Roland., International Institute for Strategic Studies.|
|LC Classifications||U162 .A3 no. 346, [UA835] .A3 no. 346|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||115 p. :|
|Number of Pages||115|
|LC Control Number||2002726877|
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The Strategic Implications of China's Energy Needs book. The Strategic Implications of China's Energy Needs book. By Philip Andrews-Speed, Xuanli Liao, Roland Dannreuther. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 27 August Pub. location London. Imprint by: : The Strategic Implications of China's Energy Needs (Adelphi series) (): Andrews-Speed, Philip, Liao, Xuanli, Strategic implications of Chinas energy needs book, Roland: BooksCited by: China's energy security policy --China's energy security policymaking and implementation --The strategic implications of China's energy needs.
Series Title: Adelphi papers, no. Other Titles: China's energy needs: Responsibility: Philip Andrews-Speed, Xuanli Liao, and Roland Dannreuther. More information: Table of contents; Publisher.
China's energy security policy --China's energy security policymaking and implementation --The strategic implications of China's energy needs.
Series Title: Adelphi papers, no. Responsibility: Philip Andrews-Speed, Xuanli Liao, and Roland Dannreuther. The Strategic Implications of China’s Energy Needs July 1, Philip Andrews-Speed Leave a comment China is frequently described as a threat to regional and global stability and its rapidly rising demand for imported energy is.
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PB - Oxford University Press for The International Institute for Strategic Studies. ER -Cited by: This introduction presents an overview of key concepts discussed in the subsequent chapters of this book.
The first chapter starts with an examination of the fundamental issues in energy security before moving on to provide an assessment of China's energy needs up towhich includes projections for energy consumption, prospects for energy production and forecasts for levels of energy.
China is frequently described as a threat to regional and global stability and its rapidly rising demand for imported energy is seens as one cause of this threat. This book shows that domestic politics and foreign policy have both played a part in China's recent major energy policy decisions.
However, China's increasing involvement in the global energy markets can. Buy (ebook) Strategic Implications of China's Energy Needs by Roland Dannreuther, Xuanli Liao, Philip Andrews-Speed, eBook format, from the Dymocks online bookstore.
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