East Asia Science & Security – Archives

The East Asia Science and Security Network (EASSNet) delivered timely news and innovative research across a range of issues relating to science and security, including energy security, bio-security, nano-technology, nuclear fuel cycle, missile technology, and information technology, especially within the East Asia region. The network drew on research from Nautilus Institute and its partners in China, Japan, South Korea, Russia, Australia, and North Korea, as well as grantees of the MacArthur Foundation, of MacArthur Foundation, Ploughshares Fund, New Land Foundation, Korea Foundation, Ford Foundation, and US Department of Energy. The service provided researchers, journalists, and policymakers access to and understanding of developments beyond their own disciplinary, academic, or industrial communities.

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Sustainable Fisheries, Environment and the Prospects of Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia

Presented at the Nautilus Institute Workshop on Trade and Environment in Asia-Pacific: Prospects for Regional Cooperation 23-25 September 1994 East-West Center, Honolulu ABSTRACT Fisheries is very important in Southeast Asia. It provides inexpensive sources of protein, increases job opportunities, revenue for foreign exchanges, sustained economic activity and maintains the environment quality. The region produces over […]

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Japanese Official Development Assistance and Industrial Environmental Management in Asia

Table of Contents Introduction 1. Characteristics of Industrial Environmental Management in Japan 2. Japanese Official Development Assistance for Industrial Environmental Management 2.1 Environmental ODA policy of Japanese Government 2.2 Environmental Center Projects by Grant Aid Program 2.3 Green Aid Plan 2.4 Environmental Technology Transfer by Local Governments 3. Strategies for International Cooperation in Industrial Environmental […]

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Energy and the Environment in Asia Pacific: Regional Cooperation and Market Governance

Abstract Energy demand in Asia-Pacific is projected to mushroom over the next decade and, indeed, over the whole of the next century. If the future looks like the past, the explosion in energy use will greatly compromise human health; severely, perhaps irreversibly, degrade regional and global eco-systems; and potentially inflame regional and even global tensions. […]

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East Asia Science & Security Network Report, September 14, 2007

Ed. Note: This will be the final edition of the East Asia Science & Security Network. In its stead, the Nautilus Institute will be launching a nuclear briefing book, which will compile high quality research on all aspects of nuclear power and nuclear weapons in East Asia, including nonproliferation, power plant development, effects on climate change, developments related to missile technology or deployment, and other information relevant to the topic. New postings to the Nuclear Briefing Book will be announced over the Northeast Asia Peace & Security Network (NAPSNet).

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East Asia Science & Security Network Report, August 23, 2007

East Asia Science & Security Network Report, August 23, 2007 1. Carbon Emissions Reduction A new book by Arjun Makhijani, President of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research, Carbon-Free and Nuclear-Free: A Roadmap for US Energy Policy, argues that the U.S. could eliminate almost all of its carbon emissions by 2050 without relying on […]

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East Asia Science & Security Network Report, August 8, 2007

East Asia Science & Security Network Report, August 8, 2007 1. Nuclear Power Expansion In a new report from the Oxford Research Group, Frank Barnaby and James Kemp argue that the risks associated with a massive expansion of nuclear power over the rest of the century far outweigh any benefits that might accrue from carbon […]

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East Asia Science & Security Network Report, July 25, 2007

East Asia Science & Security Network Report, July 25, 2007 1. U.S. Nuclear Arsenal Thomas D’Agostino, Deputy Administrator for Defense Programs, National Nuclear Security Administration, Department of Energy gave a talk at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars entitled “The Reliable Replacement Warhead and the Future of the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Program.” D’Agostino, who […]

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East Asia Science & Security Network Report, June 6, 2007

East Asia Science & Security Network Report, June 6, 2007 1. U.S. Response to a Nuclear Attack William Perry, Michael May, and Ashton Carter released a report on a workshop held by the Preventive Defense Project to look at possible responses in the event of a nuclear attack on a U.S. city. The report explores […]

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East Asia Science & Security Network Report, May 23, 2007

East Asia Science & Security Network Report, May 23, 2007 1. DPRK 2005 Energy Balance The Nautilus Institute, in cooperation with the Korea Energy Economics Institute, released a draft report with an updated analysis of the DPRK Energy Sector, including an estimated DPRK Energy Supply-Demand Balance table for 2005, and suggestions of options for the […]

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East Asia Science & Security Network Report, May 9, 2007

East Asia Science & Security Network Report, May 9, 2007   1. Climate Change Mitigation Working Group III released its contribution to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which deals with mitigation. The report outlines current trends and mitigation strategies, and also discusses the remaining unknowns. Summary for Policymakers http://www.ipcc.ch […]

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