Amidst Climate Change and Shifting Energy Markets, New Challenges for Transatlantic Security
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.
The Climate and Energy Nexus: Challenges and Opportunities for Transatlantic Security. Alexandria, London: CNA/RUSI.
Water, U.S. Foreign Policy and American Leadership. Elliot School of International Affairs. Georg Washington University.
This April, the Philippines had one of their warships locked in a stand-off over fishing rights with two Chinese surveillance vessels at Scarborough Shoal, in waters claimed both by China and the Philippines.
3 April 2012 - Washington. This year's frenzy of oil and gas exploration in newly accessible Arctic waters could be the harbinger of even starker changes to come.
President Obama devoted a considerable amount of time during his State of the Union speech to climate change and energy (a full transcript of his comments is below).
Global Water Security. Intelligence Community Assessment. Commissioned by the U.S. Department of State. Washington, DC.
Cooperation from Strength. The United States, China and the South China Sea. Washington, DC: CNAS.
29 November 2011 - The UK government has been giving secret support at the very highest levels to Canada's campaign against European penalties on its highly polluting tar sands fuel, the Guardian newspaper reports.
Energy’s next frontiers. How technology is radically reshaping supply, demand and the energy of geopolitics. Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions.