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The Resource Russo-Chinese Energy Relations : Politics in Command, (electronic resource:)

Russo-Chinese Energy Relations : Politics in Command, (electronic resource:)

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Russo-Chinese Energy Relations : Politics in Command
Title
Russo-Chinese Energy Relations
Title remainder
Politics in Command
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Other
Subject
Language
eng
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BIP US
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Blank, Stephen
Intended audience
College Audience
Intended audience source
Blue Ibex Ltd
LC call number
HD9502.R82B59 2006
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Rosner, Kevin
Series statement
Russian Foreign Energy Policy Reports
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  • This report makes the point that in both Russia and China it is politics â€" and not market or commercial considerations â€" that largely drive energy relationships with each other and the outside world. For both countries, energy and energy security is regarded as a strategic asset and/or objective that are at risk from outside forces. The conditions that each state has attached to their energy policies ironically preclude the kind of easy cooperation seen in other strategic and political issues between Moscow and Beijing. In both Central and Northeast Asia, Russia has blocked Chinese efforts to realize its version of energy security, yet it has not been able to come up either with the resources or means for a coherent policy of supplying China with reliable quantities of energy that would lead China away from non-Russian producers. The under-fulfilment of the potential for Russia to supply China will continue and continue as well to be a source of strain in their relationship
  • This report makes the point that in both Russia and China it is politics - and not market or commercial considerations - that largely drive energy relationships with each other and the outside world. For both countries, energy and energy security is regarded as a strategic asset and/or objective that are at risk from outside forces. The conditions that each state has attached to their energy policies ironically preclude the kind of easy cooperation seen in other strategic and political issues between Moscow and Beijing. In both Central and Northeast Asia, Russia has blocked Chinese efforts to realize its version of energy security, yet it has not been able to come up either with the resources or means for a coherent policy of supplying China with reliable quantities of energy that would lead China away from non-Russian producers. The under-fulfilment of the potential for Russia to supply China will continue and continue as well to be a source of strain in their relationship
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Russo-Chinese Energy Relations : Politics in Command, (electronic resource:)
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OCM1bookssj0000079732
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9781905050444
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9781905050444
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(WaSeSS)ssj0000079732
Label
Russo-Chinese Energy Relations : Politics in Command, (electronic resource:)
Publication
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000079732
Dimensions
unknown
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781905050444
Other control number
9781905050444
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000079732

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