First published in 2005, this book is the second volume produced by the Indian Ocean Research Group (IORG). The Indian Ocean Region has become increasingly important to discussions on energy security, not only because of the critical importance of regional states as energy suppliers, but also because of the essential role of the Ocean as an energy route. The main purpose of this volume is to provide an elaborate and critical evaluation of some of these issues and their implications for regions outside the Indian Ocean.
Preface; Contributors 1. Introduction: Energy Security and the Indian Ocean Region Dennis Rumley and Sanjay Chaturvedi The Energy Security Concept 2. Conceptualising Energy Security for the Indian Ocean Region Girish Luthra 3. The Geopolitics of Global and Indian Ocean Energy Security Dennis Rumley The Security Spectrum 4. Energy Transportation in the Indian Ocean: Geostrategic and Security Considerations Vijay Sakhuja 5. Non-traditional Security Issues: Recent Trends in the Hydrocarbon Sector in the Indian Ocean Region Aparajita Biswas 6. Conflict and Cooperation in Managing Maritime Space in the Persian Gulf: Implications for Energy Security Vivian Louis Forbes Stakeholders in Indian Ocean Energy Security 7. India’s Quest for Energy Security: The Geopolitics and the Geoeconomics of Pipelines? Sanjay Chaturvedi 8. The Geopolitics of Japan’s Energy Security Dennis Rumley 9. China’s Expanding Energy Deficit: Security Implications for the Indian Ocean Region Swaran Singh Approaches to Energy Insecurity 10. Energy Cooperation in south Asia: Some Observations A Subramanyam Raju 11. The Energy Challenge in Small Island States and Territories: The Case of the Southwest Indian Ocean Small Islands Christian Bouchard Environmental Security and Energy Security 12. The Indian Ocean as The Nuclear Ocean: Environmental Security Dimensions of Nuclear Power Timothy Doyle 13. Energy Security and Earth Rights in Thailand and Burma (Myanmar) Adam J. Simpson 14. Towards an Indian Ocean Energy Community? Challenge Ahead Sanjay Chaturvedi and Dennis Rumley; Index
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