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Energy security in Northeast Asia: Putin, progress and problems

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This article explores Russia’s role in Northeast Asian energy security. Energy cooperative efforts between Russia and its neighboring states are deeply rooted in Northeast Asia’s traditional and imperative energy demand and security issues. Specifically, the Sakhalin gas project, Kovykta gas, and Trans Siberian oil pipeline project illustrate both how seriously Russia and Northeast Asian states cope with their energy security concerns, and the potential for active energy trades in the region. This article analyzes the progress and the problems of this multilateral cooperative energy scheme within the framework of energy security.

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http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/25189/1/ARCWorkingPaper20SeHyunAhn2007.pdf

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