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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EAST ASIA SCIENCE SECURITY NETWORK REPORT, JAN. 18, 2006

1. IEEJ Asia Energy Forum The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan released presentations from the Asia Energy Forum 2005, held in Tokyo, Japan on November 25, 2005. The first session of the conference focused on “the establishment of an energy security system and regional cooperation in Asia, taking account of the paradigm shift in the […]

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East Asia Science & Security Network Report, December 14, 2005

1. DPRK Nuclear Update Siegfried S. Hecker, currently at the Stanford University Center for International Security and Cooperation, presented this technical summary of the DPRK nuclear program at the 2005 Carnegie International Non-Proliferation Conference. The report contains a survey of DPRK nuclear facilities. Hecker provides an update on the status of the 5 MWe Yongbyon […]

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East Asia Science & Security Network Report, November 30th, 2005

1. PRC Energy Strategy Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory China Energy Group (J. Sinton et al, “EVALUATION OF CHINA’S ENERGY STRATEGY OPTIONS,” May 2005) released this report as prepared for the China Sustainable Energy Program. The report “prioritizes energy policy goals, reviews the role of the state in achieving them, and provides specific recommendations for key […]

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East Asia Science & Security Network Report, November 9, 2005

1. LNG Market and Japan The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ) (Takeo Suzuki, “THE CHANGING WORLD LNG MARKET AND ITS IMPACT ON JAPAN: DIVERSIFIED MARKET STRUCTURE AND THE CHALLENGES FACED BY JAPAN,” June 21, 2005) released this report summarizing IEEJ 392nd Regular Research Session. “This report provides an overview and analysis of (1) world […]

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East Asia Science & Security Network Report, 9 November, 2005

1. LNG Market and Japan The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ) (Takeo Suzuki, “THE CHANGING WORLD LNG MARKET AND ITS IMPACT ON JAPAN: DIVERSIFIED MARKET STRUCTURE AND THE CHALLENGES FACED BY JAPAN,” June 21, 2005) released this report summarizing IEEJ 392nd Regular Research Session. “This report provides an overview and analysis of (1) world […]

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ASIAN ENERGY SECURITY NETWORK DAILY REPORT, Wednesday, October 26th, 2005

LATEST REPORT Wednesday, October 26th, 2005 Content PRC Energy Efficiency East Siberia Oil Pipeline PRC Windpower PRC – Japan Relations PRC Energy Security Energy Security – G20 PRC-Australia Energy Cooperation Japan Energy Saving Technologies ROK-DPRK Relations RFE-Korean Gas Pipeline Sakhalin 2 Project Clean Coal Conference Japan – Germany Climate Policy Conference 1. PRC Energy Efficiency […]

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East Asia Science & Security Network Report, 12 October, 2005

1. NE Asia Regional Energy Pathways The Nautilus Institute (D. Von Hippel, “REGIONAL ENERGY PATHS: PROGRESS REPORT AND DPRK PATHS EXAMPLE,” May 13-19, 2005) released this report from the Institute’s Asian Energy Security Workshop 2005 in Beijing, China, hosted by the Energy and Environmental Technology Center (EETC) at Tsinghua University in Beijing. In this presentation, […]

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ASIAN ENERGY SECURITY NETWORK DAILY REPORT, Wednesday, September 28th, 2005

LATEST REPORT Wednesday, September 28th, 2005 Content DPRK Light Water Reactors Japan Nuclear Power DPRK Energy Energy Security APEC Energy International Technical Cooperation NEAsian Cooperation DPRK Agreements Japan-PRC relations Russia-PRC Pipeline Energy Costs PRC Pollution ROK Energy 1. DPRK Light Water Reactors The Nautilus Institute (The East Asia Science and Security Collaborative (EASSC), “LIGHT WATER […]

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ASIAN ENERGY SECURITY NETWORK DAILY REPORT, Wednesday, August 31st, 2005

LATEST REPORT Wednesday, August 31st, 2005 Content RFE Energy and LEAP Model PRC & Distributed Energy Asian Energy Trends ERINA Report PRC Oil Refining Japan Oil Reserves US-NE Asia Clean Energy ROK-DPRK Relations Solar Markets APEC Meeting on High Energy Costs 1. RFE Energy and LEAP Model The Nautilus Institute (Kalashnikov, Ognev, Goulidov, “UPDATES ON […]

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ASIAN ENERGY SECURITY NETWORK DAILY REPORT, Wednesday, August 17th, 2005

LATEST REPORT Wednesday, August 17th, 2005 Content Mongolia Energy Sector Update PRC Energy Efficiency DPRK Energy Sector PRC Energy Security Russia Oil and Gas Korea-US Relations Japan Oil Prices Japan-PRC Gas Conflict PRC New Energy Sources Australia and Global Warming 1. Mongolia Energy Sector Update The Nautilus Institute (T. Sukhbaatar, C. Ouynchimeg, “UPDATES ON THE […]

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