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Center Director Jason Bordoff and Elizabeth Rosenberg of the Center for A New American Security discuss in a new Reuters op-ed how the design of recent sanctions imposed against Russia represents an innovative "micro-targeting" approach that has
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The US has a historic opportunity to boost its economic and national security and move to a cleaner energy future, but getting it right requires that it understands more clearly why the shale revolution is more boon than bane. 

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The newest round of sanctions on Russia sets the right tone for potential escalation of pressure if the political crisis in Ukraine deteriorates further.

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With every passing hour, Ukraine seems to move closer to the brink of disaster. The causes are multifaceted, but a key driver of the crisis has been Ukrainian -- and European -- dependence on Russian natural gas. In the short term, U.S.

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Just last week, the Obama Administration lowered the volume of ethanol that the fuel industry must blend into the U.S. gasoline supply, marking a notable shift in the Administration’s biofuel policy.

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We are at a transformational moment in energy history. Just a few years ago, all energy projections forecast increased imports, increased scarcity, and increased natural gas prices. Today, we’ve shifted from scarcity to abundance.

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The question right now is why RIN prices are not lower.

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Gasoline prices have shot up nearly 20 cents since the start of July and are projected to rise higher yet. Gasoline prices are largely driven by global crude oil prices and usually rise during the summer driving season.

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President Obama's announcement on Tuesday that he will use his executive authority to regulate carbon-dioxide emissions from existing power plants, and to finalize rules for plants that have yet to be built, is reason to celebrate — but also an oc

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Suddenly, the United States is energy rich. The problem is that we’re still guided by policies that assume the opposite.

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