A Comparison of Chinese, Indian, and Japanese Perceptions of Energy Security
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This study explores how Asian energy security issues are perceived in China, India, and Japan. It investigates perceptions of 16 energy security challenges drawn from an extensive survey, as well as how such conceptions differ between Asian energy consumers and across these dimensions of energy security.
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Government and Politics of Asia and the Pacific