BECOMING AN ENERGY SUPERPOWER: CHINA’S EXPERIENCE BY E.N.PETELIN (PART 2)
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BECOMING AN ENERGY SUPERPOWER: CHINA’S EXPERIENCE BY E.N.PETELIN (PART 2)
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Evgeniy Petelin 
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11-14
Abstract
China’s entry into the world energy system has brought economical as well as political impact of global nature. In 2014 China has become the world’s top oil importer, overtaking the U.S. that used to be dominating in this field since 1970s. However, the highest level of critics faced by China from the international community concerns the fact that this country is now the world’s biggest CO2 emitter, which is mostly connected with the China’s energy structure.How the developing country with shortage in energy resources and technologies should act in international affairs to maintain a stable economic growth and an international image of responsible power? The analysis of geopolitical and geoeconomic aspects of the modern China’s energy policy helps to answer this question.
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China’s foreign policy, energy security, international climate change regime
Date of publication
01.07.2014
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