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India’s Consumer Boom: The Road Ahead

1.“The Coming Boom.” The Economist. 3 May 2007
2. The ‘Bird of Gold’: The Rise of India’s Consumer Market. McKinsey Global Institute. May 2007
3. Farrell, Diana & Beinhocker, Eric (2007, May 19) “The World’s Next Big Spenders.” Newsweek (International Edition).
4. The ‘Bird of Gold’: The Rise of India’s Consumer Market. McKinsey Global Institute. May 2007
5. The ‘Bird of Gold’: The Rise of India’s Consumer Market. McKinsey Global Institute. May 2007
6. Farrell, Diana & Beinhocker, Eric (2007, May 19) “The World’s Next Big Spenders.” Newsweek (International Edition).
7. Farrell, Diana & Beinhocker, Eric (2007, May 19) “The World’s Next Big Spenders.” Newsweek (International Edition).
8. “The Second Asia Shock.” Newsweek (International Edition). 28 May 2007


Generals, Gas, Gems and Timber

1.Russia and Burma in nuclear deal. BBC News Online. May 15, 2007. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/6658713.stm
2.Double veto for Burma Resolution. BBC News Online. January 12, 2007. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/6257921.stm
3.N.Korean minister in Myanmar to restore ties. Reuters. April 25, 2007. http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSB61911220070425
4.Myanmar’s Famed Teak Forests Under Threat – Group.  Planet Ark. October 9, 2003. http://www.planetark.org/dailynewsstory.cfm/newsid/22490/newsDate/9-Oct-2003/story.htm.


Water: Central Asia’s Newest Form of Currency

1.‘Kyrgyz Warn Neighbors of Possible Water Shortage’ by NBCentralAsia, June 27, 2007, Institute for War & Peace Reporting.
2.‘Central Asian States Wrangle over Water’ by Bea Hogan, April 5, 2000, Eurasianet Environment.
3.‘Central Asian States Wrangle over Water’ by Bea Hogan, April 5, 2000, Eurasianet Environment.
4.“Uzbekistan.” The World Factbook. 19 June 2007. CIA. 28 June 2007 https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/uz.html
5.“Uzbekistan Country Profile.” IRIN News. 1 Mar. 2007. OCHA IRIN. 28 June 2007 http://www.irinnews.org/country.aspx?CountryCode=UZ&RegionCode=ASI#info
6.‘Kyrgyz Warn Neighbors of Possible Water Shortage’ by NBCentralAsia, June 27, 2007, Institute for War & Peace Reporting.
7.‘Tajik-Kyrgyz Water Consortium Will Upset Neighbors’ by NBCentral Asia, May 23, 2007, Institute for War & Peace Reporting.
8.‘Tajik-Kyrgyz Water Consortium Will Upset Neighbors’ by NBCentral Asia, May 23, 2007, Institute for War & Peace Reporting.
9.‘Central Asian States Wrangle over Water’ by Bea Hogan, April 5, 2000, Eurasianet Environment.
10.‘Water War Brewing on the Horizon?’ by Egamberdy Kabulov, December 4, 2006, AsiaWaterWire.
11.‘Water War Brewing on the Horizon?’ by Egamberdy Kabulov, December 4, 2006, AsiaWaterWire.
12.Schneider, Kristina. “Water Resources and Conflict: Game Theory.” Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering. 20 July 2001. University of Texas at Austin. 28 June 2007 <http://www.ce.utexas.edu/prof/maidment/grad/schneider/WaterResourceManagement/Final/final_report.htm>.
13.‘Talks Stalled over Future of Central Asian Water Basin’ by Ilan Greenberg, March 8, 2007, International Herald Tribune.
14.‘Enveloping Desert Conditions to Trigger Unrest in Africa and Asia’ by Elisabeth Rosenthal, June 28, 2007, International Herald Tribune.
15.‘Enveloping Desert Conditions to Trigger Unrest in Africa and Asia’ by Elisabeth Rosenthal, June 28, 2007, International Herald Tribune.
   
China Sets New Rules on Overseas Investments


1.“Chinese Investors Freed To Play World Markets,” by Shu-Ching Jean Chen in Forbes, June 21, 2007.
2.“China eases overseas share curbs,” by Jamil Anderlini in Beijing, June 21, 2007.
3.“Chinese Investors Freed To Play World Markets,” by Shu-Ching Jean Chen in Forbes, June 21, 2007.

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