May 5, 2022Energy and Environment
Once a fringe movement, green parties are increasingly shaping the debate in countries around the world. How influential are they, and what comes next?
May 9, 2022Latin America
Nationalizing Mexico’s lithium reserves and extending state control over electricity and energy will undermine the region’s prosperity and security.
November 19, 2021Climate Change
An imperfect U.S.-EU deal could set the stage for decarbonizing global steel and aluminum production—but only if negotiators can avoid certain pitfalls.
June 28, 2022Ukraine
Ukraine’s first steps toward eventual EU membership are the start of a long process that has raised the stakes in the country’s war with Russia.
July 22, 2021Climate Change
When it comes to climate change diplomacy, the European Union is the world’s heavy hitter. But the ultimate fate of their new Fit for 55 plan will depend on three factors.