energy

False nuclear hope

Bangladesh’s first nuclear power plant is not a good way to meet its energy needs.

| Aug 14, 2016

Coal cauldron

Will democratic Myanmar be fueled by dirty energy?

| Jun 01, 2016

The price of power

Even as Washington lawmakers give their blessing to the historic — and illegal — Indo-US nuclear deal, few involved are addressing the most crucial issue: does India need nuclear power at all?

| Sep 01, 2006

Within Grasp: Persian Gas for the Southasian Engine

Will peace in our times be achieved because methane from Iran is allowed to enter India via Pakistan? Is it as simple as that? It is beginning to look as if it is.

| Jul 22, 2005

Is the largest market in the making?

The prospect of free trade in the subcontinent is expected to stamp-out illegal trade and the routing of goods through third countries leading in the long-term to benefits for all in the region.

| Jan 01, 2004

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