Acknowledgments Introduction: energy policy on the edge / Bruce Jones and David Steven The rising actors China's search for oil security : a critique / Andrew B. Kennedy, Senior Lecturer, Australian National University Materials, markets, multilateralism : a strategic approach to India's resource challenges / David Steven and Arunabha Ghosh, CEO of the Council on Energy, Environment and Water Brazil's principled pragmatism : a viable response to the new geopolitics of resource competition? / Antonio Ramalho, Professor, University of Brasília The big squeeze : Nigeria on the brink / Mark Weston, Policy Consultant, Riverpath Associates Facets of resource security Routes to energy security : the geopolitics of gas pipelines between the EU and its southeastern neighbors / Angel Saz-Carranza and Marie Vandendriessche Energy rivalry between India and China : less than meets the eye? / C. Raja Mohan, Head of Strategic Studies, Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi, and Lydia Powell, Head, Centre for Resources Management, Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi Resource security in Saudi Arabia : domestic challenges and global implications / Kristian Coates Ulrichsen, Research Fellow, Department of Governance, London School of Economics Governance for a resilient food system / Alexander Evans, Senior Fellow, NYU CIC Water security : global implications and responses / Daniel Kim Chai Yeo, Fellow, WaterAid Oil, domestic politics, and international conflict / Jeff D. Colgan, Brown University Russia gambles on resource scarcity : energy intrigues in a time of political crisis / Pavel K. Baev, Research Professor, PRIO The critical actor Challenges to sustainable growth after the Great Recession : how America can lead / Joshua Meltzer, David Steven, and Claire Langley Governance burdens and the role of the United States in the new energy landscape / Kevin Massy, Fellow, Brookings Institution Contributors Index.
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