Southeast Asia And Australia
The region stretches from the Indochinese Peninsula through the Indonesian archipelago all the way to Australia, forming the dividing line between the Pacific and the Indian Oceans. This area is very diverse – geographically, culturally and historically. What the region’s countries have in common is their largest trading partner: China. Beijing’s assertive policymaking is the most important strategic issue in the region.
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ASEAN’s energy transition: Risks and opportunities
While energy developments in Southeast Asia are often overlooked for other global trends, the region's continued industrialization will increasingly drive worldwide economic growth and energy demand. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations' rapid development will make the region a net importer of fossil fuels, bringing opportunities and higher energy security risks, increased costs and accelerated climate changes.