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Category Archives: Environment & Energy Policy
Author: Brendan Chrzanowski, 2019.
“Save for the occasional discussion regarding the abuses of the GWOT, such as torture, invasion of privacy, and extraordinary rendition, there is little substantive dialogue concerning the Doctrine (Herman). Nevertheless, it appears as though the “1%” policy, or something similar, retains relevance when considering the present national security environment…”
Author: DeLaine Mayer, 2018.
“Capitalism is increasingly accepted as both the problem and solution to 21st century issues of scarcity and sustainability…”
Author: Katherine Olalla, 2018.
“Wind power plays a significant role for countries working to meet their targets under the Paris Agreement…
Author: DeLaine Mayer, 2017.
“China has committed to large-scale infrastructure development as part of its national identity, development trajectory, and resource management policy…”
Author: Caitlin Hearle, 2017
“Apartheid in South Africa was a systematic assault on non-white South Africans in every aspect of life – social, political, and economic…”
Author: Clayton Cheney, 2017
“The energy relationship between Saudi Arabia and China is one of the most important energy relationships on the globe and it has important implications for the global economy, geopolitics, and climate change…”
Author: Angela Rose Guiliani, 2017.
“Alongside a growing population poised to reach nearly 10 billion people by 2050 is a dramatic and detrimental shift in global dietary patterns…” Read more