Foreign Policy Tag

Guest Blog: Just Say No to Europe and Nord Stream 2

15 Mar 2016, Posted by staff in All Posts, Analysis, Blog Posts

Written by Debra Cagan, Senior State Department Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins, SAIS One would think that with plunging oil and gas prices, with suppliers tripping over themselves to desperately gain market share in a flooded market, and more choices than ever in securing gas for the European…

Energy as an Instrument of Foreign Policy

25 Jun 2015, Posted by staff in All Posts, Blog Posts

A Report Published by Aii Click here to read the report.  Energy is a common commodity required by every nation that influences every aspect of economy, civil society, and even foreign policy. With advancements in technology and renewable energy sources, countries throughout the world are re-focusing on their energy infrastructure to encourage…