Iran, sanctions
Research
Commentary

Richard Nephew argues that far from only imposing sanctions or sanctions-like authorities when U.S. interests are directly impinged, sanctions are increasingly being used as a substitute for more effective action, to avoid taking more risky (but probably necessary) action, and to address domestic political needs in the United States. He uses the example of bill H.R. 5461, or the Iranian Leadership Asset Transparency Act as one example of when the United States should choose not to act (i.e. not pass the bill). 

Event
October 13, 2016

The Center on Global Energy Policy is honored to welcome Dr. Ernest J. Moniz as guest speaker at our annual Energy Leaders Forum in New York City. Merit E. Janow, Dean of the School of International and Public Affairs, will offer welcoming...

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October 11, 2016

Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy's Women in Energy program for a tour of The Astoria Generating Station. The Astoria Generating Station has been a hub of energy production in New York City since the late 1800’s. You will see...

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September 28, 2016

Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy's Women in Energy program for a company overview and lunch at ICF International. ICF International helps public- and private-sector clients develop comprehensive energy strategies and establish...

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October 06, 2016

The Golden Age of natural gas, announced by the IEA only a couple of years ago, has not materialized in Europe to date. In the electricity sector, gas increasingly finds itself squeezed between cheap coal and subsidized renewable energy sources....

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October 05, 2016

Britain's decision to withdraw from the EU has sent shockwaves throughout the international community.  It will require changes in many different areas of European and British policymaking, and its impact could linger for decades.  No less...

Research
Op-ed

As oil demand falls, a changing global energy economy will destabilize petrostates, says Jason Bordoff in the Wall Street Journal.

Event Recording

The Great White Fleet, dispatched by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1907 and a milestone in U.S. Navy history, is today becoming the Great Green Fleet. Admiral Dennis McGinn, the Navy’s assistant secretary for energy, installations and...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The Great White Fleet, dispatched by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1907 and a milestone in U.S. Navy history, is today becoming the Great Green Fleet. Admiral Dennis McGinn, the Navy’s assistant secretary for energy, installations and...

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