Energy Security: Implications for U.S.-China-Middle East Relations
The following working papers were presented at a joint conference between the Baker Institute and the Shanghai Institute for International Studies in Shanghai, China on July 18, 2005.
China’s New Energy Focus: Strategic Partnership with Saudi Arabia
Steven Matthews, Partner, Baker Botts L.L.P.
Energy Security: Oil–Geopolitical and Strategic
Implications for China and the United States
Amy Myers Jaffe, Wallace S. Wilson Fellow for Energy Studies, Baker Institute
Energy and Natural Gas in Northeast Asia
Options for the Future
Kenneth Medlock III, Energy Research Fellow, Baker Institute
Energy Security in Northeast Asia:
The Potential for Cooperation Among the Major Energy
Consuming Economies of China, Japan and the United States
Steven Lewis, Research Fellow in Asian Politics and Economics, Baker Institute
China vs. US: A View from the Arab World
Mamoun Fandy, Diana Tamari Sabbagh Research Fellow in Middle Eastern Studies, Baker Institute
Is there an Arab Popular Culture?
Susan Ossman, Department of Anthropology, Rice University