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The article below was written in 2011 for the Woodrow Wilson Center’s China Environment Series 12 (CES), the release of which is TBD. In light of our recent return from a research trip to the Gobi desert, we are publishing it here. (more…)
Room for Climate Diplomacy: Secretary Clinton’s Trip to Asia and the Future of U.S. Engagement in the Region
A recent New York Times article covering Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s current diplomatic travels in Asia focused on her efforts to ramp up trade with the region. This move is seen by some analysts as the softer side of the Obama administration’s so-called “pacific pivot” or “rebound,” where the spotlight has until now shone primarily on plans to expand the U.S. military presence in the region. (more…)