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We provide innovative, strategic insights and policy solutions by examining energy issues at the intersection of geopolitics, policy, markets, and development. Collaborating with leaders in government, industry, academia, and civil society, our team develops projects to help decisionmakers design smart energy policies that balance economic, environmental, and security priorities.
: The U.S. call at COP28 for global cooperation on fusion energy has put this potential source of carbon-free energy in spotlight, but what does its deployment and commercialization entail? What are the opportunities and stakes for the United States and the world?
Commentary by Jane Nakano — December 8, 2023
Commentary by Gracelin Baskaran — December 5, 2023
Brief by Cy McGeady and Gracelin Baskaran — December 4, 2023
Commentary by Gracelin Baskaran — November 29, 2023
In the Media
Ben Cahill in Financial Times — December 6, 2023
Ben Cahill in Bloomberg — December 5, 2023
Ben Cahill in CNN — December 1, 2023
Joseph Majkut in AP — December 1, 2023
All Energy Security and Climate Change Program Content
Congressional Testimony by Edward C. Chow — March 25, 2014
The Geopolitical Realities of the Ukraine Crises, the Limits of U.S. Energy Assistance, and the Need to Tone down the Rhetoric
Commentary by Frank A. Verrastro and Charles Ebinger — March 21, 2014
Critical Questions by Edward C. Chow and Sarah Ladislaw — March 17, 2014
Event — March 14, 2014
Event — March 7, 2014
Event — March 6, 2014
Report by David Pumphrey Lisa Hyland and Michelle Melton — March 6, 2014
Commentary by Edward C. Chow — March 5, 2014
Event — February 27, 2014
Event — February 25, 2014