Writing in Foreign Affairs, CGEP Scholar Richard Nephew and SIPA Professor and former U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew argue that Washington, D.C. is abusing its financial might and discuss the consequences that might have.
From climate policy to geopolitical tensions and sanctions to technological innovation, the energy world is facing enormous change, complexity and uncertainty. To discuss some of today’s most timely issues across the energy landscape, Jason...
Richard Nephew explains how unless oil prices are contained, the primary result of the reimposition of sanctions on Iran may be to ensure that Iran profits from the oil market risks that the sanctions have created.
Nations and international organizations are increasingly using sanctions as a means to achieve their foreign policy aims. However, sanctions are ineffective if they are executed without a clear strategy...
CGEP non-resident Fellow Robin Mills writes that Iran has missed many chances to use its energy resources strategically and now that the US has withdrawn from the JCPOA its economic survival depends on maintaining some unlikely diplomatic and commercial alliances.
Writing in Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff argues that President Trump wanted to be energy independent, but he’s forcing his country to get more deeply involved in the global oil market with his decision to withdraw from the Iran deal.
CGEP Scholar Richard Nephew writes about what Congress, U.S. partners, and Iran will do now in the wake of today’s announcement that President Trump will no longer authorize the renewal of U.S. sanctions waivers connected with the Iran nuclear agreement