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|Description:||xviii, 255 s. : ill.|
|Contents:||The Geopolitics of Energy in South Asia; Preliminary pages with Introduction; 1. Oil and Gas Pricing Policies in India, by S Narayan; 2. India's New Foreign Policy: The Journey from Moral Non-Alignment to the Nuclear Deal, by Marie Lall; 3. Regional Integration in South Asia and Energy Cooperation: Opportunities and Challenges, by Aparna Shivpuri Singh; 4. Pakistan's Energy Crisis: Challenges and Opporunities, by Iftikhar A Lodhi; 5. Energy Security and Geopolitics in South Asia: Historical Baggage, Global Powers, and Rational Choice, by Iftikhar A Lodhi; 6. Energy Cooperation between India and Bangladesh: Economics and Geopolitics, by M Shahidul Islam; 7. Sino-Indian Energy Politics, by Li Mingjiang; 8. Linkages in Urban and Energy Policies: An Analysis of China and India, by Indu Rayadurgam; 9. Strategic Petroleum Reserves in China and India, by Elspeth Thomson; 10. New Partnerships in Energy in Asia between India, Japan, and Singapore, by Mark Hong; 11. The Geopolitics of Energy in India: Implications for Southeast Asia, by Deepak Waikar; Concluding Remarks: The Context for India's Energy Geopolitics, by Ann Florini.|
|Series Title:||ISEAS series on energy|
|Responsibility:||ed. by Marie Lall|