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1 The Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Assessing China David Lamoureux
2 Fueling China's Maritime Modernization: The Need to Guarantee Energy Security Henry Philippens
3 Chinese Nuclear Expansion: Are We Growing a New Rival? Artem V. Goncharuk
4 Integrating Energy Concerns into India's National Security Strategy Michael Kugelman
5 Japan’s Energy Security Predicament in the Aftermath of the Fukushima Disaster Dr. Vlado Vivoda
6 North American LNG & Asian Energy Security Aaron Kraus
7 Closing the Gap Between Energy and National Security Kevin Rosner
8 A Strategic Shift in Saudi Oil Policy? Steve Yetiv and Lowell Feld
9 Call for Papers: Transatlantic Energy Security Editor


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