Policy Brief: Prospects of Indonesia-India Collaboration in Energy Security
Article from: OGEL 5 (2012), in Security of Energy Supply
Indonesia and India are the fourth and second largest countries in the world by population respectively, and the third and the largest democracies in the world. Yet strategic collaboration between them remains low, this despite the fact that as rapidly developing states they face similar problems - one of them being energy security. India and Indonesia today can be categorised as energy insecure; this insecurity is only set to rise as economic growth of both states are rapidly rising, so that demand continually exceeds supply. This paper proposes a strategic collaboration between ...