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1. Greenhouse Gas Emissions from State-Owned Enterprises: A Preliminary Inventory

2. US-China Roundtable on Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage

3. Winter Coal Shortages Reveal Chinese Energy Vulnerabilities

4. Sustainable Development of Chitral: A CPEC Perspective

5. China vs. US: The Green Energy Race

6. Understanding Quality Energy-Related Infrastructure Development in the Mekong Subregion: Key Drivers and Policy Implications

7. Impacts of COVID-19 on the Energy Demand Situation of East Asia Summit Countries

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

9. Getting to 30-60: How China’s Biggest Coal Power, Cement, and Steel Corporations Are Responding to National Decarbonization Pledges

10. Green Giants? China’s National Oil Companies Prepare for the Energy Transition

11. How China and Pakistan Negotiate

12. Competing in Artificial Intelligence Chips: China’s Challenge amid Technology War

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

14. Understanding and Reducing Military Vulnerabilities of Civilian Nuclear Plants: The Case for the Northeast Asia

15. Next Steps for US-Japan Collaboration on Energy Infrastructure

16. Scaling up Private Investment in Low-Carbon Energy Systems through Regional Cooperation: Market-Based Trade Policy Measures

17. Unlocking the Potential of Private Financing for Low-carbon Energy Transition: Ideas and Solutions from ASEAN Markets

18. Completing the Southern Gas Corridor: SGC in a Post-pandemic World

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

20. India-Canada Energy Cooperation

21. Sustainable Energy through Green Bonds in India

22. Oil Prices and Stock Prices in Clean Energy: New Evidence from Chinese Subsectoral Data

23. United G20 must pave the way for robust post-COVID-19 recovery

24. Transforming the power sector in developing countries: Geopolitics, poverty, and climate change in Bangladesh

25. Iran's Influence in the Middle East

26. How to Design a Co-benefit Framework Between Air Quality Improvement and Climate Policy: The Case of South Korea

27. Water Politics and the Human Geographies of the Aral Sea Crisis

28. Adapting to Climate Change in Southwestern Bangladesh: Need for Transformational Measures?

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

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

31. Green Stimulus Proposals in the United States and China

32. Trends and Contradictions in China’s Renewable Energy Policy

33. Reform Is in the Pipelines: PipeChina and the Restructuring of China’s Natural Gas Market

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

35. China’s Quest for Blue Skies: The Astonishing Transformation of the Domestic Gas Market

36. China’s Quest for Gas Supply Security: The Global Implications

37. (De)globalization of International Plastic Waste Trade: Stakes at Play and Perspectives

38. 2019 Guide to Chinese Climate Policy

39. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Power Projects: Insights into Environmental and Debt Sustainability

40. In Dire Straits? Implications of US-Iran Tensions for the Global Oil Market

41. China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Its Energy-Security Dimensions

42. The Arctic Council and US domestic policymaking

43. Petro Dollar. Petro Yuan. Petro Rupee?

44. Russia and China in the Middle East: Playing their best cards

45. Engaging with India’s Electrification Agenda

46. Engaging with India’s Electrification Agenda: Powering Assam

47. Engaging with India’s Electrification Agenda: Powering Chhattisgarh

48. Engaging with India’s Electrification Agenda: Powering Odisha

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

50. Infrastructure development in the Northeast: Hydropower, natural resources, legal and institutional frameworks and compliance