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SDEP #8 Implications of recent refining/petrochemical infrastructure buildup in China

Background One curious difference between the American and the Chinese stimulus package in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis was the latter’s strong emphasis on capital investm […]

2013/05/05

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【Six Degrees of Energy Politics】Short to Medium Term Political Stability in China (Part 3)

  God, grant the Chinese people the serenity to accept in the short term the things they cannot change, the Chinese government the courage to make changes in the long term tha […]

2013/01/22

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【Six Degrees of Energy Politics】Short to Medium Term Political Stability in China (Part 2)

  As the Chinese society and its government continue to wrestle on the unpleasantries and hypertension of a social fabric increasingly torn and stretched between a burgeoning […]

2013/01/17

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【Six Degrees of Energy Politics】Short to Medium Term Political Stability in China (Part 1)

WG left off a few days ago at his cautious optimism that despite its internal and external imbalances and the weaknesses in its financial sector, the Chinese Economy should be able […]

2013/01/16

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【Six Degrees of Energy Politics】Can we assume a strong Chinese economy in our energy discussion?

To Walt Grace, the sentence “With its huge population, anything China does will have an out-sized impact to the outside world" is now probably the most overused cliche in aca […]

2013/01/12

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【Six Degrees of Energy Politics】An introduction to the Chinese energy

For the past couple of weeks your correspondent have been working on a policy brief for the Directorate-General for Energy Policy at the European Commission on Chinese foreign ener […]

2013/01/10

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【Six Degrees of Energy Politics】The importance of energy politics

  Over the years, your correspondent had developed an honest appreciation of unscientific “research methods” such as the “Annual Big-Mac Index” published by the Economist to m […]

2013/01/07

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