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China's Energy Security in the Twenty-First Century

The Role of Global Governance and Climate Change

Kaho Yu

ISBN : 978-988-8805-63-1


Politics, Government, Public Administration Studies of the Contemporary Asia Pacific

March 2023

144 pages, 6″ x 9″


Hardback
  • HK$550.00
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Kaho Yu’s China’s Energy Security in the Twenty-First Century: The Role of Global Governance and Climate Change explores the evolution of China’s energy security from its bilateral going-out strategy to its more multilateral Belt and Road Initiative. By analysing the topic from a multidisciplinary perspective, this book examines China’s evolving role in global energy governance through four empirical case studies: China’s energy cooperation with Russia and Central Asia, Africa, the European Union, and the Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank.

Kaho Yu is head of Energy and Resources at Verisk Maplecroft, a global risk consultancy. He also holds academic affiliations with London Asia-Pacific Centre for Social Science, and the Asian Energy Studies Centre at Hong Kong Baptist University. He has published widely on Chinese energy security, global energy / climate governance and the Belt and Road Initiative. He obtained his PhD in International Political Economy from King’s College London.