With the Middle East unrest ongoing and the global economy recovering, gasoline prices are rising considerably. But policies to ease U.S. consumer impact take time and policymakers are divided over the course of action.
Experts discuss recent trends in the global economy.
With oil prices collapsing, Saudi Arabia is facing similar problems that the Soviet Union faced decades ago. Saudi policymakers’...
What CFR.org editors are reading the week of January 25–29, 2016.
Todd Stern discusses the result of the Paris Agreement, the domestic and international implications of the agreement, and the future of...
Following the Paris climate talks, Gina McCarthy assesses the domestic and international implications of the agreement, and the future...
Experts discuss the outcome of the recently concluded Paris climate talks and its implications for future climate change diplomacy.
As climate plays a growing role in energy markets, serious energy analysis can no longer choose to focus only on traditional energy...
Michael A. Levi discusses the domestic and international ramifications of the 2015 Paris Climate Conference.
Global leaders including the United States participated in the Paris Climate Change Conference (also called Conference of the Parties...
What CFR.org editors are reading the week of November 30–December 4, 2015.
Fashioning an appropriate response to the Earth's changing climate may be the most difficult question facing world policymakers in the early twenty-first century.
Nuclear Energy Guide
Concerns over climate change and energy security have spurred countries to reevaluate their energy policies.
Climate change is one of the most significant threats facing the world today.
Oceans are the source of life on earth. They shape the climate, feed the world, and cleanse the air we breathe.