Tag Archives: energy policy

Message to All: End the Global Economic Blame Game

Why is blame-shifting far from the ideal response for a world that finds itself in considerable trouble?

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Global Markets: America’s Fourth Branch of Government

Will the globalized marketplace force reforms to the U.S. political system?

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President Obama, Declare Independence from Oil

Why is now the right time to free the United States from Middle Eastern oil?

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When China Challenged America to Catch Mice

Has the United States ceded the art of pragmatism to the Chinese?

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Is the U.S. Middle Class at a Turning Point?

Is the United States prepared for economically stressful times?

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A Chinese Perspective on a Changing World

How is Asia's economic rise different from the rise of the West?

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The Case for a Carbon Tax to Control Climate Change (Part II)

What would be the consequences of introducing cap-and-trade financial instruments into already volatile markets?

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Obama's Lost Opportunity

Why isn’t President Obama taking more tough stances on key issues?

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After the $147-Barrel Bubble (Part II)

How are oil prices linked to political reform?

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After the $147-Barrel Bubble (Part I)

What lessons should oil-producing states learn from the recent volatility in oil prices?

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