China, Energy and the Era of deglobalization

In the era of deglobalization, a much more security conscious China is likely to adjust its attitude towards foreign supply of strategically important commodities, with profound implications for its energy and environmental policy making in the years to come. (Columbia Global Centers | Beijing for a public lecture on China's energy transformation in the era of deglobalization, featuring CGEP Fellow Jianjun Kevin Tu.)

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