CSE Launches “Europe in the World” Podcast
“Europe in the World” explores the process of European integration from a number of angles: development, humanitarianism, and crisis management; security and defense; migration; enlargement; and energy.
Nikos Tsafos (Pardee ’03) Appointed Chief Energy Adviser to Prime Minister of Greece
In his new role, Tsafos will be responsible for liaising with the United States as Greece seeks to reduce its dependence on Russian natural gas and elevate its role as a regional energy hub.
Garčević Discusses Use of Energy as an Instrument of Global Influence
In his remarks, Ambassador Garčević discussed energy vulnerability as a segment of the overall economic and political instability of the Western Balkans and where the EU stands in the Eastern Mediterranean geopolitical equation.
Gallagher Coauthors Article on Chinese Energy Finance
Professor Gallagher and fellow researchers deploy novel data to perform the first econometric analysis to examine the determinants of Chinese overseas financing for electric power plants.
GDP Center Publishes New Data on China’s Energy Financing
According to new data, China’s overseas energy financing decreased 43% from the $8.1 billion in lending to foreign countries recorded in 2019, the lowest level since 2008.
Najam Keynotes at Energy Transitions Conference
Dean Adil Najam presented a keynote address on “Energy Transitions in the Age of Adaptation” at an international conference on Sustainable Energy.
Gallagher in BBC on China’s Energy Investments in S. America
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discussed China’s investments in the energy sector in South America.
GEGI Launches China Energy Finance Database
The database allows users to search and display the overseas lending of the China Development Bank and the Export-Import Bank of China.
Gallagher Presents GEGI Study at Columbia University
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discussed China’s global developmental finance institutions, China’s policy bank lending to foreign governments for energy.
Najam OpEd in HuffPo on Borders Seen From Space
Adil Najam writes on India’s lit up border that can be seen from space, while 237 Million Indians go without electricity.
Gallagher Quoted in China Daily on Mexican Energy Reform
Pardee professor Kevin Gallagher said that Chinese loans would guarantee China a place at the table as Mexico determines its energy future.