Growing global populations have accelerated demand for energy worldwide. Stimson experts examine the geopolitical and security implications arising from regional and state energy demands.
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June 18, 2015 | TYPE: Stimson Spotlight
The Stimson Center announced today the appointment of Brian Eyler as Deputy Director for Stimson's Southeast Asia program. Eyler’s expertise will complement Stimson’s vital work on the food-energy-water nexus in the Mekong basin, as well as strengthen the program’s coverage of regional economic integration and connectivity, sustainable development, and human and environmental security.
June 18, 2015 | EXPERT:
The Stimson Center announced today the appointment of Brian Eyler as Deputy Director for Stimson's Southeast Asia program. READ MORE
April 23, 2015 | EXPERT:
As the world celebrates Earth Day today, the links between environmental concerns and global security challenges are sharper than ever. READ MORE
March 10, 2015
The Stimson Center will release a new collection of essays in April, Deterrence Instability and Nuclear Weapons in South Asia. One of these essays, "Pakistan's Tactical Nuclear Weapons: Operational Myths and Realities," by Jeffrey D. McCausland, is being released early to whet the appetite of readers. READ MORE
February 25, 2015 | EXPERT:
Stimson Vice President and Director for Stimson's Managing Across Boundaries initiative Brian Finlay joins a round table, "Big Opportunities for New Partners," on the role of the private sector and other actors in regard to the future of nuclear security. READ MORE
February 5, 2015 | STAFF: , EXPERT:
This executive summary of the second Letters from the Mekong issue brief examines the current status of mitigation efforts at Laos’ Xayaburi and Don Sahong dam projects on the mainstream of the lower Mekong River. READ MORE
January 26, 2015
There is an emerging possibility that hydrates will take on a greater role in the coming years as a valuable natural resource. Unlike shallower gas reserves in the Arctic, methane hydrates are relatively stable and not at risk of thawing out into the atmosphere. READ MORE