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1. Climate change and food prices in Southeast Asia

2. A Primer on the 2022 National Security Strategy

3. Natural Gas in South-east Asia: Key Trends and Long-term Outlook

4. How Green is China’s Belt and Road Initiative?

5. Developing Effective Benchmark-Based Allocation for Industrial Sectors: The Case of the Korean ETS

6. Gains Associated with Linking the EU and Chinese ETS under Different Assumptions on Restrictions, Allowance Endowments, and international Trade

7. Domestic Coal: A Hindrance to Renewable Energy Development?

8. Water Security and Disaster Management in Asia

9. Evaluating the impact of fossil fuel vehicles exit on the oil demand in China

10. COVID-19 Pandemic’s Impacts on China’s Energy Sector: A Preliminary Analysis

11. Is China Still a Developing Country? And Why It Matters for Energy and Climate

12. Green Stimulus Proposals in the United States and China

13. How the US and China Could Renew Cooperation on Climate Change

14. Sustainable Energy through Green Bonds in India

15. Bridging the Gap: Progress and Prospects for Accelerating South Korea's Move Towards a Carbon Neutral Scenario

16. China’s Response to Climate Change: A Study in Contrasts and a Policy at a Crossroads

17. Designing High-seas Marine Protected Areas to Conserve Blue Carbon Ecosystems: A Climate-essential Development?

18. New Powers: How India’s Smart Cities are Governing and Transitioning to Low-carbon Energy

19. Addressing China's Exported Emissions

20. 2019 Guide to Chinese Climate Policy

21. The Neoliberal Attack on Rural India

22. Resourcing Green Technologies through Smart Mineral Enterprise Development

23. Responses to Climate-related Security Risks: Regional Organizations in Asia and Africa

24. Climate Change and Violent Conflict: Sparse Evidence from South Asia and South East Asia

25. China’s Carbon Market: Accelerating a Green Economy in China and Reducing Global Emissions

26. Energy Access and Affordability Voluntary Action Plan for Latin America and the Caribbean

27. Power of the River: Introducing the Global Dam Tracker (GDAT)

28. U.S.-ASEAN-ROK Cooperation on Nontraditional Security

29. A Resilient Present and Future are Possible

30. Renewable Energy in India: An Analysis of the Regulatory Environment and Evolving Policy Trends

31. Penalising Environmental Violations: An Analysis of The Ministry’s Proposal

32. Elaborating in the INDC context

33. The Institutionalisation of Climate Policy in India: Designing a Development-Focused, Co-Benefits Based Approach

34. Expert Working Group Meeting on Advancing Urban Resilience in the Face of Environmental Change

35. The EU's and China's institutional diplomacy in the field of climate change

36. The Geopolitics of Natural Gas

37. Policy Roundtable on Asian Non-Traditional Security

38. Energizing Rio+20: How the United States Can Promote Sustainable Energy for All at the 2012 Earth Summit

39. The Arctic policies of Canada and the United States: domestic motives and international context

40. "Getting Beyond Taiwan? Chinese Foreign Policy and PLA Modernization"

41. Risk and Resilience in Three Southeast Asian Cross-Border Areas: The Greater Mekong Subregion, the Heart of Borneo and the Coral Triangle

42. Improving Food Security for Vulnerable Communities in Nepal

43. Minding the Money: Governance of climate change adaptation finance in Nepal

44. The Economics of Climate Change in Southeast Asia

45. A Research Strategy for the Pacific Climate Information System

46. Never an Empty Bowl: Sustaining Food Security in Asia

47. Strengthening ASEAN-India Relations in the 21st Century

48. U.S.-China Cooperation on Nuclear Power

49. Climate Commitments to 2050: A Roadmap for China

50. China can grow and still help prevent the tragedy of the carbon dioxide commons

51. Preventing the Tragedy of the CO2 Commons: Exploring China's Growth and the International Climate Framework

52. Changing Climates: Interdependencies on Energy and Climate Security for China and Europe

53. The Difficulties of Discerning What's Too Tight: Taylor Rules and Japanese Monetary Policy