In the News

04.10.23 Saudi Arabia-Iran normalization and possible bilateral energy relations: Dr. Umud Shokri, Trends Research & Advisory

03.23.23 Iran-Saudi Agreement: In Search of Stable Oil Exports and New Relations: Dr. Umud Shokri, Gulf International Forum

02.08.23 Saudi Aramco’s U.S. Investments: A Win-Win Template for Bilateral Energy Engagement: Dr. Umud Shokri, Gulf International Forum

02.02.23 Former CESP Co-Director David Hart Named Lifetime Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science: Buzz McClain, GMU News

11.13.22 Winter is Coming: Iran’s Looming Energy Crisis: Article in the Gulf International Forum by CESP associate Umud Shokri.

10.05.22 Iran’s Drones in the Russo-Ukrainian war: Article in MENA Affairs by CESP associate Umud Shokri.

9.28.22 Why Iran Opposes Azerbaijan’s Zangezur Corridor Project: Article in the Gulf International Forum by CESP associate Umud Shokri.

8.25.22 New Academic Program Lets Students Design Their Own Energy and Climate Change Policy Area of Emphasis: GMU feature article about the Center for Energy Science and Policy’s new area of emphasis.

7.27.22 The Memorandum of Understanding is important for Azerbaijan’s energy-related future: In an interview with Voice of America, CESP co-director and former ambassador of the USA to Azerbaijan, Richard Kazlarich, spoke about the regional and international importance of the Memorandum of Understanding between the European Union and Azerbaijan on strategic cooperation in the field of energy.

6.29.22 Its gas pipeline with Egypt is a medium-term solution to Lebanon’s energy crisis: Article in the Middle East Monitor by CESP associate Umud Shokri.

5.30.22 Climate Control: Committee pushes forward with Carlisle’s first-ever Climate Action Plan: Featured story in The Sentinel interviewing CESP affiliated faculty Joel Hicks about the greenhouse gas inventory project in the Carlisle Borough of Pennsylvania.

3.17.22 Energy Diplomacy and the War in Ukraine: CESP co-director Richard Kauzlarich is interviewed by the American Diplomat where he explains that sanctions work, but that this is certainly no time for a victory lap.  

8.11.21 ‘Big step forward.’ Energy expert analyzes the new U.S. infrastructure bill: ScienceInsider interviewed Schar School of Public Policy Professor David Hart about the energy aspects of the new infrastructure bill

8.04.21 Power Shift: The Global Political Economy of Energy Transitions by Peter Newell: Book review by CESP affiliated faculty Mark S. Langevin in the London School of Economics Review of Books

7.22.21 Climate Goals and Renewable Deployment Need Competitive Energy Markets: Op-ed in Newsweek by CESP co-director Richard Kauzlarich

7.21.21 The Link Between Energy and National Security – “Intelligence Matters”: A podcast conversation between Michael Morell, distinguished visiting professor in the Schar School of Public Policy and Frank Verrastro, CESP affiliated scholar

ENERGY: The Case for an Academic Curriculum: New white paper by CESP Faculty Associate Paul Bubbosh

6.11.21 Depoliticizing Russian Gas in Europe: A recent op-ed in The Moscow Times by William Courtney and CESP Co-Director Richard Kauzlarich

5.11.21 Iranian sanctions evasion and the Gulf’s complex oil trade: Middle East Institute article by Omid Shokri, CESP affiliated scholar and Brett Sudetic

Richard Kauzlarich submits a letter responding to the U.S. Department of the Interior’s press release calling for input on the comprehensive review of the federal oil and gas program 

CESP Associate Joel Hicks speaks on the Clean Air, Clean Jobs Pennsylvania broadcast on ABC 27 News

4.1.21 The Coming Disruption: The Global Alternative Energy Megatrend: CESP Faculty Associate Dr. Mirtchev’s new book is covered in Forbes

2.3.21 Richard Kauzlarich makes energy policy recommendations for Biden administration in POWER Magazine