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Commentary

CGEP Fellow and Senior Research Scholar Jonathan Elkind surveys the considerable environmental impacts of the Belt and Road Initiative in its current form and highlights several approaches to limit—and ideally eliminate—negative environmental impacts.

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CGEP Senior Research Scholar Richard Nephew explores the Trump Administration efforts to drive Iranian oil exports to zero. 

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April 10, 2019

Please join Columbia Global Centers | Beijing for a public lecture on China's energy transformation in the era of deglobalization, featuring CGEP Fellow Jianjun Kevin Tu.

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In the third edition of their annual Changing Global Gas Order series, authors Akos Losz, Tim Boersma and Tatiana Mitrova offer their perspective of the trends and developments that emerged in the global natural gas market in 2018. 

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Testimony

Dr. Erica Downs testified before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission on China-Russia Energy Relations

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This effort develops an energy-for-development framework to analyze the energy transformations of developing countries in the 21st century. The framework is constructed around the five pillars of energy exports: growing local consumption, securing more energy, global impacts, and access for homes and businesses.

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February 18, 2019

Please join us for the New York release of a report, Electric Vehicle Charging in China and the United States by Anders Hove, non-...

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February 18, 2019

China is the world’s largest energy consumer and producer. Given the scale of its energy sector and its weight in global energy markets and governance, what happens in China’s energy sector and with its Belt and Road Initiative matters. Against...

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Report

This report compares EV charging in the world’s two largest electric vehicle markets -- China and the United States – examining policies, technologies and business models. 

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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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