Geopolitics of Energy
This series provides in-depth analysis of the new drivers that are dictating future trends in energy production and consumption and the challenges associated with this transition to a new energy future. Among these issues are choices being made now regarding new supply sources, security, economic policy, foreign policy, and environmental sustainability, each with the potential to change the energy landscape. At the same time, the new players with increasingly larger energy and geopolitical footprints are making their own choices and seeking to reshape the future global energy system.
The series has produced reports exploring these trends:
- The Geopolitics of Energy: Emerging Trends, Changing Landscapes, Uncertain Times by Frank A. Verrastro, Sarah O. Ladislaw, and Matt Frank
- Geopolitics and Energy in Iraq: Where Politics Rules by Robert E. Ebel (August 2010)
- Geopolitics of the Iranian Nuclear Energy Program: But Oil and Gas Still Matter by Robert E. Ebel (March 2010)
- Energy and Geopolitics in China: Mixing Oil and Politics by Robert E. Ebel (November 2009)
- The Geopolitics of Russian Energy: Looking Back, Looking Forward by Robert E. Ebel (July 2009)