Monthly Archives: October 2011

Yergin and “The Quest”: A Brief Q&A

Our program with Daniel Yergin was a fine and appropriate conclusion to our three-part energy series with Exxon Mobil. We covered global gas; energy security in the context of supply, demand and pricing fundamentals with a twist of OPEC and … Continue reading

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After Kaplan: New Foreign Policy Plate Tectonics

When you hear from a foreign policy luminary such as Robert Kaplan about the Indian Ocean and what it means in terms of mega-21st century global affairs trends, you encounter the world of super-consciousness and higher thinking on a level … Continue reading

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Pakistan, Afghanistan, and U.S. Foreign Policy: New Brief

In a recent interview with Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, he comments from firsthand experience about the key challenges facing the U.S., Pakistan and Afghanistan. He says: One of our most serious challenges in foreign policy is the relationship between the U.S. … Continue reading

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