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Energy security : Southeast Asia revives nuclear power plans
Southeast Asian states are moving to push ahead with nuclear power plants in an about-turn from the focus on safety risk in the search for energy security. For Singapore, having nuclear power plants close by would represent ...
Indonesia’s 2014 elections : will Suharto’s enduring legacy last?
Indonesia today is energised by democratic politics and electoral competition while enjoying high economic growth. Will the 2014 elections throw up a new generation of leaders or proceed against the backdrop of the continuing ...
Global risk from trade wars : time to return to WTO
The WTO Doha Round of negotiations is deadlocked and adrift amid increasing global protectionism. The profusion of bilateral and plurilateral free trade agreements is asdding to the confusion. A global solution is necessary ...
New energy dynamics in a changing world
Be wary of the instant expert making long range predictions about the world. Changing dynamics in the energy sector that confounded pundits point to a need for reality-grounded analysis of world events.