17 May 2015
Taming the Russian ‘Wild East’: What’s in it for the Asia-Pacific Region?
Author: Bethany Schoer
This paper argues that the Kamchatka Peninsula in Eastern Russia could play a significant role in improving relations between Moscow and countries in the Asia Pacific region.
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Tracking Climate Aid in Africa: The Case of the World Bank
Author: Justin Baker, Emmy Griffin, Krista Rasmussen, Catherine Weaver
Climate Change and African Political Stability (CCAPS) Program
This paper discusses the results of a review of the World Bank's projects in Sub-Saharan Africa from 2008 to 2012 in an effort to discern trends in climate change adaptation and financing in the region.
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The World in Europe
Author: Nicolás de Pedro, Eduard Soler i Lecha, Eckart Woertz, Moussa Bourekba, Elena Sánchez Montijano, Anna Ayuso, Jordi Bacaria, Carmen Claudín, Roberto Toscano, Emma Hooper, Francis Ghilès, Oriol Farrés, Luigi Carafa, Pol Morillas
Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB)
This paper identifies some of the most significant global challenges and trends today and how they are affecting Europe, the responses of the EU to these problems and how the Union can deal with these challenges in the future.
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1 Dec 2014
Competitive Diplomacy of India and China
Author: P S Suryanarayana
Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS)
This brief examines some of the ways in which China and India have increased their global engagement in 2014.
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Triggering Cooperation Across the Food-Water-Energy Nexus in Central Asia
Author: Hope Schaitkin, Michele Ferenz, Katharine Cross, James Dalton
EastWest Institute (EWI)
This report provides an overview of a workshop on resource challenges in the Amu Darya basin in Central Asia as well as potential solutions to these problems.
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Sea Change: Evolving Maritime Geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific Region
Author: Diane French, David Michel, Ricky Passarelli, P K Gosh, Scott Cheney-Peters, W Lawrence S Prabhakar, Nilanthi Samaranayake, David Brewster, Dan Millison, Rupert Herbert-Burns, Girish Gujar, Hong Yan
This report looks at some of the maritime policy challenges and opportunities arising across the Indian Ocean and the Western Pacific in the 21st century.
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