TPI Presents: The World’s First Energy Crisis, From The Foreign Affairs Interview

The President’s Inbox is pleased to present an episode from Foreign Affairs’ new podcast, The Foreign Affairs Interview. In this episode, Jason Bordoff, co-founding dean of the Columbia Climate School, and Meghan O’Sullivan, Jeane Kirkpatrick professor of the practice of international affairs at Harvard Kennedy School, sit down with Foreign Affairs Editor Dan Kurtz-Phelan to discuss the geopolitics of energy in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the transition to clean energy. 

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Host
  • Daniel Kurtz-Phelan
    Editor, Foreign Affairs; Peter G. Peterson Chair
Episode Guests
  • Jason Bordoff
    Co-founding Dean, Columbia Climate School
  • Meghan L. O'Sullivan
    Director and Professor, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

Show Notes

The President’s Inbox is pleased to present an episode from Foreign Affairs’ new podcast, The Foreign Affairs Interview. In this episode, Jason Bordoff, co-founding dean of the Columbia Climate School, and Meghan O’Sullivan, Jeane Kirkpatrick professor of the practice of international affairs at Harvard Kennedy School, sit down with Foreign Affairs Editor Dan Kurtz-Phelan to discuss the geopolitics of energy in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the transition to clean energy. 

 

Articles Mentioned on the Podcast

 

Jason Bordoff and Meghan O’Sullivan, “Green Upheaval: The New Geopolitics of Energy,” Foreign Affairs (January/February 2022)

 

Jason Bordoff and Meghan O’Sullivan, “The New Energy Order: How Governments Will Transform Energy Markets,” Foreign Affairs (July/August 2022)

 

Podcasts Mentioned

 

Jason Bordoff and Kadri Simson, “Europe’s Difficult Energy Decisions,” Columbia Energy Exchange, May 10, 2022

 

Daniel Kurtz-Phelan, The Foreign Affairs Interview

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