Energy and Security in Asia and Eurasia, edited by Co-Director of the “Memory and Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific” research and policy project of the Sigur Center Mike M. Mochizuki and RPI Director Deepa M. Ollapally, focuses on the impact of domestic debates on energy security in Asia and Eurasia amidst growing global demand for energy resources. More information available here.
For the 75th anniversary of India’s independence, RPI Director Deepa Ollapally wrote a piece on India’s progress towards great power status in India Abroad. Read it here.
RPI Affiliated Expert Alexander Vuving discussed relations between Vietnam and China and their impact on regional security on the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) podcast ChinaPower. Listen here.
The Rising Powers Initiative is pleased to offer the RPI Research Database, an edited bibliography of books and articles on targeted subjects. Each entry contains an abstract or summary along with further information on how to access the resource. The database is compiled by our research staff and is frequently updated with articles and books from 1990 onwards.
Dr. Vijay Sakhuja, Director of the National Maritime Foundation, New Delhi, and author of Asian Maritime Power in the 21st Century, provides insight on China’s Maritime Silk Road (MSR) initiative and India’s response in this Policy Brief.
Richard McGregor, journalist and a former visiting scholar at the Sigur Center for Asian Studies discusses the bilateral history of China and Japan and addresses the question of the US role in light of the …Read More »
As part of RPI’s special coverage of US President Donald Trump’s first trip to Asia, we now examine the second leg of the tour in Vietnam and the Philippines, overlapping with the 2017 APEC Summit, …Read More »
Among China’s rivals in the South China Sea, Vietnam stands out with the most intense experiences and the greatest interests. If the South China Sea did only in the last decade emerge as a major …Read More »
Dr. Ajay Chhibber spoke at the Sigur Center for Asian Studies on China’s new Silk Road strategy and what it means for China’s ties with India.