The Peace Dividends of Energy Infrastructure - North Korea, Iran and Beyond
6 monthes ago - By National Geographic
Article by Morgan D. Bazilian and S aleem H. Ali
Cooperative calligraphy sculpture outside the Tehran Peace Museum - Photograph by Saleem H. Ali
The compelling possibilities of using pipelines, or other energy infrastructure, as a basis for peace has emerged again, this time on the Korean peninsula. The lucrative energy market of South Korea has become increasingly important to the United States as it becomes a major producer of liquefied natural gas. However, it would be much more economical for South Korea to also consider gas from its regional neighbors, particularly Russia. Only three...
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