Unconventional gas provides a rapidly increasing new source of energy for the U.S. But what are the geopolitical implications of the U.S. 'shale gas revolution’? In this interview, Elliot Brennan from the Institute for Security and Development Policy explains what shale gas developments in the U.S. may mean for Asia and specifically China.
25 October 2013, South Royalton, Vermont, USA
Every year, the Global Futures Forum (GFF) provides a platform to engage in strategic-level dialogue and research to better understand and anticipate transnational threats.
Ecuador, the OPEC member with the smallest amount of proven oil reserves, has gained outsized attention in the debate over the future of oil extraction in recent days and may well play a decisive role in the outcome of
Amidst Climate Change and Shifting Energy Markets, New Challenges for Transatlantic Security
Climate-induced migration in Mexico is a complex issue and the future impact of this phenomenon is neither clear nor agreed upon.
To the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
Remarks as delivered by James R. Clapper, Director of National Intelligence
The changing U.S. and international energy pictures have a profound effect on security, a senior Pentagon official said here yesterday.
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Traveling through the northern Colombian Department of Cesar, on the horizon one can see mountains to the east and to the west of the road. “Those mountains on the right are part of the Sierra de Perijá range,” explains the local driver, “but not those on the left.
A federal judge in Brazil has suspended construction work on a massive dam in the heart of the Amazon rainforest.