Are China’s growing energy needs insatiable, and is a resource war between China and other major energy-consuming countries, such as the United States, inevitable? China’s pursuit of overseas energy resources to feed its fast-growing economy has given rise to observations that energy is now the driving force behind Chinese foreign policy and predictions that potential conflicts between China and other countries are likely to arise as China becomes more aggressive internationally in search of resources.
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TANG, James T. H., "With the grain or against the grain? Energy security and Chinese foreign policy in the Hu Jintao era" (2006). Research Collection School of Social Sciences. Paper 2372.
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