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September 03, 2020 Commentary Geopolitics

The Implications of an Iran Sanctions Snapback

For several months, it has seemed likely that the Trump administration would elect to pursue the reimposition, or snapback, of UN Security Council (UNSC) sanctions against Iran.

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Geopolitics

Energy has long been intimately tied to global geopolitics, power and foreign policies. The rapid pace of change in the energy sector is creating new sources of uncertainty and risk that require careful study and understanding.

March 24, 2020 Reports Geopolitics

Reconsidering US Nuclear Cooperation Agreements

Despite having played a central role in the creation of the international nuclear commercial sector, today the United States is increasingly on the outside looking in when it comes to civil nuclear projects.

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Energy has long been intimately tied to global geopolitics, power and foreign policies. The rapid pace of change in the energy sector is creating new sources of uncertainty and risk that require careful study and understanding.

November 19, 2015 Commentary Geopolitics

Predicting when new Iranian oil will begin to flow

The International Atomic Energy Agency issued its latest quarterly report on Iran’s nuclear program on Wednesday, November 18.

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Geopolitics

Energy has long been intimately tied to global geopolitics, power and foreign policies. The rapid pace of change in the energy sector is creating new sources of uncertainty and risk that require careful study and understanding.

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