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1 CALL FOR PAPERS Asian Energy Security: Confronting the Challenges of a Changing World Editor
2 Separating Myth from Reality: A Closer Look at the Energy Efficiency Panacea Jude Clemente
3 Nuclear Energy in Asia: A Post-Fukushima Perspective Hooman Peimani
4 Arctic Energy: Pathway to Conflict or Cooperation in the High North? Nong Hong
5 The Prospects and the Perils of Beaufort Sea Oil: How Canada is Dealing with Its High North Doug Matthews
6 Energy Security and the Spectrum of Engagement Between China and India in the Indian Ocean Eddie Walsh
7 Turning Off the Egyptian Gas Spigot: Implications for Israel Daniel Fink
8 Small Nuclear Reactors and US Energy Security: Concepts, Capabilities, and Costs Micah J. Loudermilk


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