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  • Framing the Scholarly Communication Cycle 

    Boettcher, Jennifer
    Scholarly communication is evolving from a buzzword into a discipline and it follows a cycle. Between the steps in the cycle are issues that influence each segment of the cycle. Although any starting point in the cycle ...
  • The Consequences of Confucius Institutes Understanding the Opposition 

    Switzer, Andrew (Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Asian Studies Program., 2019)
    Confucius Institutes (CIs) are Chinese public educational organizations that promote Chinese language and culture around the world. The Chinese government has invested over $1 billion USD in establishing 500 of these CIs ...
  • Illiberalism and Energy Transitions in Myanmar and Thailand 

    Simpson, Adam; Smits, Mattijs (Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Asian Studies Program., 2019)
    Over the next century most states are likely to face momentous and potentially catastrophic environmental impacts due to climate change. This has made managing energy policy – traditionally focused on delivering energy ...
  • India's Energy Transition From Oil to Coal 

    Reshetova, Elena (Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Asian Studies Program., 2019)
    Widely recognized as ASEAN’s economic powerhouse, Indonesia recently joined the trillion-dollar economy club with its GDP crossing the $1 trillion threshold at the end of 2017. The country has numerous advantages that ...
  • High Stakes in the Contest for Vietnam's Offshore Energy 

    Poling, Gregory (Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Asian Studies Program., 2019)
    The South China Sea disputes center on a noxious combination of nationalism, historical revisionism, and a contest over whether fundamental principles of international law, including the equality of states, will apply ...

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