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German-American Support for Ukraine After Nord Stream 2 Won't Be Enough

Pierre Noel and Chi Kong Chyong argue the Biden administration inherited an impossibly bad situation, having to choose between triggering a crisis with its indispensable European ally or risking the impression that it was throwing Ukraine under the bus. It chose the latter.

Building an Energy and Climate Coalition with Latin America and the Caribbean: An Agenda for the Biden Administration

In a new commentary, Dr. Mauricio Cárdenas and Laurie Fitzmaurice examine how the United States could utilize the tools of technology and financing focused on energy and climate to put LAC on a path toward sustained economic growth and social progress.

In the Journal of Modern African Studies, Dr. Harry Verhoeven examines the works of Elleni Centime Zeleke, Mulugeta Gebrehiwot Berhe and Jonathan Fisher on Ethiopia. 

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Richard Kidd
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Environment & Energy Resilience at the Department of Defense

The Pentagon has released its most ambitious blueprint to date for how the Department of Defense—the largest government agency in the United States and the largest employer in the world— intends to prepare for the...

Jay Hakes
Author, “Energy Crises: Nixon, Ford and Carter, and Hard Choices in the 1970s”

Host Bill Loveless speaks with Jay Hakes, the author of the new book “Energy Crises: Nixon, Ford and Carter, and Hard Choices in the 1970s.”

Javier Blas and Jack Farchy
Authors, "The World for Sale"

Host Jason Bordoff is joined by Javier Blas and Jack Farchy, two Bloomberg reporters with decades of experience between them covering energy and commodities, and the authors of the new book The World for Sale: Money, Power and the Traders Who Barter the Earth’s Resources.