Russian Energy Reality vs. America’s Values Proposition

In the wake of its invasion of Ukraine, some estimate that Russia will earn one-third more in energy exports in 2022 than 2021. This is because of price increases resulting from the war but also the steady stream of global customers. Continued global dependence on Russian energy will fuel its awful war in Ukraine despite…
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Creating U.S.-Korean Cooperation on Saudi Nuclear Energy

The U.S. government is locked in a major political, technical, and security struggle with China. But its China objectives are mismatched with its approach to the international nuclear energy market in which China is a rising power. The most prominent example concerns Saudi Arabia. The U.S.’ unproductive approach to Saudi Arabia’s Ahab-like quest for civil…
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