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For one, oil money ain't what it used to be. And second, Tehran has bigger problems to deal with at home.

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It is now taken as a given by many that, upon completion of a comprehensive nuclear deal, Iran will plow its hard-won sanctions relief into regional adventurism.

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In an op-ed for Roll Call, Center Program Director Richard Nephew and Elizabeth Rosenberg of the Center for a New American Security argue that it is far preferable to conclude a deal with Iran that addresses enrichment concerns via direct diplomac

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Richard Nephew, Program Director for Economic Statecraft, Sanctions and Energy Markets, argues that now is not time for more Iran sanctions.

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Russia's economy is in free fall as economic sanctions and low oil prices continue to take their toll.

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This op-ed from Center Founding Director Jason Bordoff and Fellow Carlos Pascual discusses the broader set of skills and perspectives needed to succeed as an energy leader in today’s complex and evolving landscape.

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Yesterday’s move by OPEC to leave its production limits unchanged at 30 million barrels per day reflected a failure by the cartel to act collectively to reduce oil production and boost prices.

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Jason Bordoff, Founding Director of the Center on Global Energy Policy, argues that lifting the current restrictions on US oil exports is smart for both economic and geopolitical reasons in a Wall Street Journal feature debating the issue.
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Carlos Pascual, Fellow and Senior Research Scholar at the Center on Global Energy Policy and the former Special Envoy and Coordinator for International Affairs at the US State Department, addresses the crisis in Ukraine and the importance of red

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