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Tensions between the United States and China are running high on issues including cyber security, the South China Sea and currency values. So why are the U.S. and China working so well together on climate change?

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Center Director Jason Bordoff, writing in the Wall Street Journal, argues that while lower gasoline prices are a boon to the U.S. economy and motorists, consumers may be in for a bumpy ride moving forward.

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Jason Bordoff explains why reports of coal's demise are premature and what that means for the importance of strong climate policy.

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Center Fellow Richard Nephew writes about how the subtle effectiveness of the JCPOA may be most pronounced in the provisions dealing with potential covert activities.

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As Washington enjoys its mid-August hiatus, a new, misleading narrative has started to emerge about the Iran nuclear deal: voting against the deal is consequence-free.

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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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