Papers from a Symposium on Australia’s energy security hosted by the Australian Institute of International Affairs and the Australian Homeland Security Centre in Canberra in October 2006.
- The impact of energy security on Australia's international relations
- Energy security: the new cold war
- Energy competition and international relations
- Accessing energy resources in the arc of instability
- Factoring energy security into Australian foreign and trade policy: Has luck run out?
- Asia's rising complex energy interdependence
- 'Strong enterprise, weak government': energy policy making in China
- Australia's engagement in the nuclear fuel cycle: the non-proliferation dimension
- Rapporteur's report