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Writing on CFR's Energy, Security, and Climate blog, Founding Director Jason Bordoff discusses why the United States should only use the Strategic Petroleum Reserve in infrequent circumstances to protect the U.S. economy from major supply disruptions around the world.

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While it has been around for many years to produce crude prototypes, 3-D printing is now being used to make everything from jet engines and complex machine parts to bridges and buildings, artificial limbs and biomedical tissue. It is still too early to determine the full potential of 3-D printing, but the technology is advancing quickly. Yet the environmental impacts of 3-D printing have been little studied, and may cut the other way too, writes Jason Bordoff in the Wall Street Journal.

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Richard Nephew and Liz Rosenberg argue that blaming sanctions for the failure of a windfall for Iran to materialize — as critics and supporters alike are saying — misplaces attribution and undermines prospects for the Iran deal’s success.

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Not only have prices entered a prolonged decline, so has OPEC’s image as a market-shaping institution. OPEC seems in terminal decline. But, argues Antoine Halff in the Financial Times, it is too early to announce OPEC’s death.

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Writing in the National Interest, Fellow Luay Al-Khatteeb writes about the folly of lobbying to carve up Iraq.

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David Sandalow writes in the New York Times on the future of solar power in the United States.

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Many ecological benefits have been projected for driverless cars, but CGEP Director Jason Bordoff says they may also pose some risks for the environment.

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Writing in the Huffington Post, Inaugural Fellow David Sandalow describes Cuba’s energy sector and argues that cooperation between the United States and Cuba in the energy sector would benefit both countries.

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Writing in Foreign Affairs, Jason Bordoff and Akos Losz discuss how, on the heels of the first ever large-scale shipment of LNG from the US lower 48 states, the new, burgeoning global gas market may well transform energy geopolitics in the years a

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Fellows Keith Benes and Johannes Urpelainen, and their colleagues, write about how the recent decline in oil prices presents an opportunity for governments to reduce consumer fuel subsidies without risking a backlash from consumers and vested inte

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