Heine Interviewed on China in the Saudi Arabia-Iran Truce
In an appearance on WION, a leading Indian news publication,” Jorge Heine, Research Professor at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies and Interim Director of the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, discusses Chinese foreign policy and the peace brokered between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Heine explored the…
Miller Comments on India’s Continued Purchase of Russian Oil
“India is also a very touchy power as the U.S. has realized in its long dealings with the country: Penalizing India would be a very serious setback to the bilateral partnership, and even the Quad.”
GDP Center Researchers Examine Legal Fees Associated With Climate Adaptation Efforts
The researchers find legal claims from oil and gas investors in response to government actions to limit fossil fuels could reach $340 billion, which would divert critical public finance from essential mitigation and adaptation efforts to the pockets of fossil fuel industry investors.
Hare in The National on Cuban Oil Suppliers
Amb. Paul Hare discusses Cuban oil suppliers amid the ongoing crisis in Venezuela.
Aftandilian Publishes Op-Ed on Trump and Iraqi Oil
Gregory Aftandilian discusses recent comments about Iraqi oil made by President Donald Trump at the Central Intelligence Agency.
FMHT: Oil in Palestine Politics
The Pardee School Initiative on Forced Migration and Human Trafficking presented its inaugural event, “Dying to Forget.”
Selin on Dangers of Arctic Drilling
Pardee School Professor Henrik Selin said that drilling in the Arctic could have dire environmental consequences.
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.