Monthly Archives: May 2011

May 29 2011

The role of water in re-structuring China’s security relations with Cambodia and Laos. What effects on the environment? By Oliver Hensengerth

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As China’s population grows and the Chinese economy is booming, China is seeing an ever-widening freshwater problem. China notably has both water scarcity and water stress, sees rising protest against its dam-building programme, and the population is increasingly willing to … Continue reading

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May 24 2011

A Special Relationship with Issues to Address

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by Nicholas Kitchen As Barack Obama heads to the UK fresh from the bounce to his own ego and the US polls that only the adoration of the Irish can provide, the President will find a British government with similar … Continue reading

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May 19 2011

IDEAS’ Written Evidence Submission to the Commons’ Foreign Affairs Committee – “The Role of the FCO in UK Government”

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IDEAS was recently pleased to see that a report it wrote and written evidence it submitted were used extensively by the House of Common’s Foreign Affairs committee in their report on The Role of the FCO in UK Government, published … Continue reading

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