The U.S. could become an important force behind the diversification, integration, and liberalization of the European natural gas market. Such engagement could be less controversial, less divisive, and likely more productive than sanctions on the NS2 pipeline that affect not only Gazprom/Russia but also some U.S. allies. Continue Reading
On Aug. 11, the Santa Cruz province of Argentina will hold elections for its governor and legislature. Energy fellow Mark P. Jones reviews the province’s Peronist history and discusses the impact of these elections on Argentina as a whole. Continue Reading
With the U.S. and Iran staggering toward war, it bears asking: How would U.S. interests be served by war with Iran? It’s clear that U.S. interests would be deeply undermined. Continue Reading
If the country is to be economically successful and democratically viable, it would require learning from past mistakes and developing its significant potential in other economic sectors. Continue Reading
Argentina’s Tierra del Fuego province will hold local elections on June 16, 2019. Although the incumbent governor, Rosana Bertone, is favored to win, there is an outside chance that a radical left-wing candidate could be victorious. Continue Reading
Any number of things could threaten U.S. economic performance, but the cost of oil and gas and derived products is not one of them, fellow Michelle Michot Foss writes in a post for The Hill: http://bit.ly/2Iqz9t2.
The Argentine province of Chubut contains only 1 percent of the country’s population, but accounts for 30 and 8 percent of its respective petroleum and natural gas production. On Oct. 25, concurrent with Argentina’s presidential and congressional elections, Chubut residents… Continue Reading