Addressing Challenges in the Maritime Commons
On September 26, NBR’s John M. Shalikashvili Chair in National Security hosted a panel discussion on global maritime security issues moderated by Admiral Jonathan W. Greenert (ret.), former U. S. Chief of Naval Operations. Read a summary and listen to full audio.
2016 Energy Security Workshop
On Friday, July 8, the National Bureau of Asian Research and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars co-hosted NBR’s twelfth annual Energy Security Workshop, “'Oil and Gas for Asia' Revisited: Asia’s Energy Security amid Global Market Change."
2016 Pacific Energy Summit
The 2016 Pacific Energy Summit, “Sustainable Futures: Energy and Environmental Security in Times of Transition,” was held in Singapore from June 22 to 24.
U.S.-China Relations: From Strategic Domains to the International System
On April 19, 2016, NBR held a conference in Washington, D.C., convening leading experts, including top scholars and former officials from the United States and China, who addressed the potential for conflict and cooperation along some of the most critical issues on the horizon of U.S.-China relations.
Navigating Unsettled Waters: Introducing the Maritime Awareness Project
NBR President Richard J. Ellings, along with Admiral Dennis Blair (ret.) (Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA), and Taylor Fravel (MIT), led a conference focused on the South China Sea as well as broader security concerns in the maritime domain. The event featured a keynote from Vice Admiral Robert L. Thomas, Jr. (Director, Navy Staff, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations) and leading maritime experts from the United States and the Asia-Pacific region.
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U.S.-South Korea Energy Cooperation: Getting to a Cleaner Energy Mix
On Friday, February 19, NBR and the Center for Energy Governance and Security of Hanyang University co-convened a high-level roundtable on "U.S.-South Korea Energy Cooperation: Getting to a Cleaner Energy Mix" featuring presentations on energy and environmental strategies in the United States and South Korea by senior experts from both countries.