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Commentary

2019 is likely to involve very significant geopolitical challenges, all of which may have a substantial bearing on energy markets. Michael Dempsey, the national intelligence fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and the former U.S. acting director of national intelligence, offers his thoughts on the five most important issues that will likely dominate international affairs in 2019, as well as a few other issues that may command substantial policy-maker attention in the year ahead.

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Article

CGEP Fellow Dr. Erica Downs examines the factors that have contributed to the deepening of the China-Russia energy relationship since 2008 and draws implications for the United States.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Jason Bordoff discusses how Iran, U.S. allies, and U.S. competitors will react to the U.S. withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal with CGEP Scholar Richard Nephew.

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November 14, 2018

The most significant challenge to the post-Cold War international order is the growing power of ambitious states opposed to the West. Iran, Russia, and China each view the global structure through the prism of historical experience. Rejecting the...

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October 30, 2018

The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a presentation and discussion of the IEA's Gas 2018 Medium Term Market Report and Global Gas Security Review 2018 with Jean-Baptiste Dubreuil, Senior Natural Gas Analyst at the International Energy Agency...

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October 26, 2018

Join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a presentation and discussion of the IEA's Renewable Energy Market Report 2018 with Heymi Bahar, Renewable Energy Markets Analyst at the International Energy Agency and Project Manager of the Report...

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October 12, 2018

Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a presentation and discussion on Equinor's Energy Perspectives 2018 Edition with Eirik Wærness, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist at Equinor. The Energy Perspectives report addresses some...

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September 26, 2018

As part of Climate Week NYC, the Center on Global Energy Policy, Climate Group, and Initiative for Sustainable Energy (ISEP) at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies hosted a presentation on long term deep decarbonization...

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September 24, 2018

In 2017, China was the world’s leading emitter of heat-trapping gases by a wide margin. Its policies for limiting emissions will have a significant impact on the global climate for decades to come. Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy...

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Op-ed

By reversing course on fuel-efficiency regulations, CGEP Fellow Kate Gordon argues in a Reuters op-ed that the United States is encouraging automakers to build outdated vehicles in a globally-evolving market – ceding market leadership to China in the process.

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