Monthly Archives: June 2011

Energy Security, OPEC, and Shocks

Energy security is an elusive concept. It can refer to domestic policy obstructions, clean energy ambitions, and threats to oil supply from Middle East instability. Energy security can also mean diversification of the energy slate as discussed in our recent … Continue reading

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“Trade, Growth and Green” DCFR Brief

After the June 8th program with Jim Bacchus, former appellate body chairman of the WTO, we composed an issues brief within our Global Themes series. These occasional briefs will cover topical themes related to our leading-edge programming.  In this brief … Continue reading

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U.S. Route to Global Competitiveness Starts at Home

Last week, former chairman of the appellate body of the World Trade Organization Jim Bacchus spoke to DCFR. His presentation topic was about a competitive U.S. in a more competitive world. The discussion centered around the failure of U.S. politicians … Continue reading

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