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What Do Privatization Efforts in the Energy Sector Mean for Brazil?

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By: Mark S. Langevin, CESP Faculty Associate This interview was originally published by The Dialogue and is reprinted here with permission from the author. Brazilian President Jair […]

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International Oil

Smart Oil Sanctions Against Russia

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June 14, 2022 By: Edward C. Chow, CESP Visiting Senior Fellow This article was originally published by CSIS and is reprinted here with permission of […]

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Review of Windfall: How the New Energy Abundance Upends Global Politics and Strengthens America’s Power by Meghan O’Sullivan

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By: Rachel Hobbs, Lauren Hawley and Daniel O’Connell, GMU Student Contributors

Meghan O’Sullivan’s book “Windfall: How the New Energy Abundance Upends Global Politics and Strengthens America’s Power” (2017) discusses how countries around the world are anticipated to change their strategic interests in the new era of energy abundance marked by the boom in oil and gas production from unconventional oil.

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United Nations COP26: Challenges and Advantages of Leapfrogging in Africa

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By: Joshua Hurlburt, Center for Energy Science and Policy Graduate Student Fellow

My time in Glasgow attending the United Nations Conference of Parties (COP26) was an eye-opening experience.

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CESP Weighs in on COP-26 in Glasgow

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By: Michael Curtis, Richard D. Kauzlarich, Mark S. Langevin, and Joel Hicks

CESP faculty comment on the lead up to COP26 in Glasgow and what we should expect.