almediah.fr
» » The Geopolitics of Energy in South Asia (Iseas Series on Energy)

Download The Geopolitics of Energy in South Asia (Iseas Series on Energy) eBook

by Marie Lall

Download The Geopolitics of Energy in South Asia (Iseas Series on Energy) eBook
ISBN:
981230827X
Author:
Marie Lall
Category:
Industries
Language:
English
Publisher:
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies; New ed. edition (December 30, 2008)
Pages:
276 pages
EPUB book:
1547 kb
FB2 book:
1633 kb
DJVU:
1170 kb
Other formats
mobi lrf mbr doc
Rating:
4.8
Votes:
499


This book aims to give a South Asian perspective on the geopolitics of energy, with a central focus on India.

This book aims to give a South Asian perspective on the geopolitics of energy, with a central focus on India. In addition, literature on regional energy cooperation spans Multilateral Development Banks, such as the World Bank (ESMAP, 2008) and the Asian De- velopment Bank ( Wijayatunga and Fernando, 2013); international institutions such as the . ESCAP, 2013) and USAID (USAID, 2008); regional institutions such as SAARC ( Malikyar et a. 2010); and studies undertaken by think-tanks in. the South Asian region such as the South Asia Watch on Trade, Economics and Environ- ment (SAWTEE) (Gippner, 2010).

Series: ISEAS Energy Series. This book aims to give a South Asian perspective on the geopolitics of energy, with a central focus on India. Recommend to librarian. The Geopolitics of Energy in South Asia.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Geopolitics of Energy in South Asia .

On rare occasions customers may receive an updated revised book/item which may have a revised cover or the description will have change slightly to that what we have advertised.

ISEAS series on energy. Marie Lall is a South Asia expert, a lecturer at the University of London, and an Associate Fellow on the Asia Programme at Chatham House. Kitab 4. Marie Lall1 yanvar 2009. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Iseas-Yusof Ishak Institute. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 0 x . 5 Inches. Lodhi I. In b. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2008. The book also offers views from Pakistan and Bangladesh, as well as how this shifting reality is affecting relations between India and Southeast Asia.

Regional integration and energy trade in central & southern Asia region falls essentially behind the greater part of. .

Regional integration and energy trade in central & southern Asia region falls essentially behind the greater part of the world. The energy sector in the area has not had the capacity to keep pace with the development and has been persistently encountering endless issues of supply and low quality of administration, because of a few social, political and financial contrasts. This additionally causes an unfavorable effect on financial and social advancement. The capability of trade inside the south Asia has been talked about for a long time, particularly because of their tremendous potential.

Marie Lall is Lecturer in Education Policy at the Institute of Education .

Marie Lall is Lecturer in Education Policy at the Institute of Education, University of London and an associate fellow on the Asia Programme at Chatham House. Edward Vickers is Senior Lecturer in Comparative Education at the Institute of Education, University of London.

Energy security has become a central concern for all the countries in the Asian region and the search for sufficient sources of energy to fuel economic growth has drastically influenced relations among the South Asian countries as well as their respective relations with their neighbours China, Myanmar, Iran, and Afghanistan. The recent nuclear deal between India and the US is also indicative of how energy and power politics are linked and how these new inter-linkages underlie relations between states. This book aims to give a South Asian perspective on the geopolitics of energy, with a central focus on India. The chapters address how India's global and regional foreign policy making has changed in light of India's search for energy and how this is affecting the relationship on a global level between India and the US, as well as on a regional level between India and the other Asian countries. The book also offers views from Pakistan and Bangladesh, as well as how this shifting reality is affecting relations between India and Southeast Asia.