In a frenemy foreign policy world, where all favors and actions are considered in the context of an ongoing and uncertain negotiation over myriad issues, let’s hope this complexity does not come back to bite us.
Sarah Ladislaw, director and senior fellow of the Energy and National Security Program, testified before House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade on "Geopolitics of U.S. Oil and Gas Competitiveness."
March 28, 2018
| Jane Nakano, Sarah LadislawThe United States, China, and India are all important contributors to the global coal supply and demand picture and yet each stands at a very different stage in its relationship with coal.
As Venezuela has descended further into economic and political turmoil, a lack of revenues has put the nation on the brink of default on several occasions, raising the question as to whether the country is “Too Big to Fail or Too Broken to Fix.”
This week the Trump administration took a decision to raise tariffs on solar cells and modules imported into the United States. The decision was based on a complaint brought under Section 201 of the Trade Act of 1974.
This report presents the conclusions of a CSIS Energy Program workshop that brought energy experts together to examine the impact of LNG proliferation and the shale revolution on the global energy system.
By most accounts, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) successfully concluded its November 30 meeting by agreeing to extend the production cuts an additional nine months, to run through the end of 2018, and seeking to cap output from Nigeria and Libya,...
Energy has played, and will continue to play, a pivotal role in the economic development of the world’s major emerging economies and other developing countries. Increasingly, these countries will serve as the centers of energy-demand growth and energy investments. As such,...