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SnapshotsJun 2, 2017 | 22:20 GMT
Russia: Despite Sanctions, Economic Summit Booms
For years, the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) was a lackluster affair, hampered by the sanctions against Russia and the country's isolationist economic policy. But this year's conference has been unusually lively, marking the first time since 2014 that Western businesspeople have attended the event in any significant number.
Partner PerspectivesApr 24, 2017 | 13:24 GMT
Qatar Moves to Ensure LNG Dominance
Qatar is sharpening its competitive edge in the global gas markets with the lifting of a 12-year moratorium on development at its prized offshore North Field, the world’s largest gas reservoir. Qatar has long reigned as the world’s largest exporter of liquefied natural gas, but the country is set to lose its dominant market position in the next several years as Australia, the United States, and Russia monetize their growing production of conventional gas and unconventional shale gas with new LNG export capacity.
Contributor PerspectivesMar 22, 2017 | 08:00 GMT
The geopolitical consequences of a world after fossil fuels
Imagining a World After Fossil Fuels
Since 1750, mankind has pumped some 150 billion tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Almost half that amount has been emitted since 2000, 9.9 billion tons of it in 2016 alone. U.S. President Donald Trump claims to think that links between carbon emissions and climate change are "a hoax," but if so, the hoax has taken in almost every scientist in the world. By burning fossil fuels, they believe, we have altered the chemistry of the air and the oceans. Last year was the first on record in which the atmosphere's carbon content never dropped below 400 parts per million, a level not seen for 800,000 years. The climate is warming and becoming more volatile, the ice caps are melting, and mass extinctions are underway. Another species of plant or animal disappears forever every 20 minutes or so.
On GeopoliticsDec 27, 2016 | 08:00 GMT
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson of the Trump administration
An Oilman's Guide to Foreign Affairs
Rex Tillerson may be an unconventional choice for secretary of state, but he is not unprepared. Though he lacks a diplomatic track record, Tillerson's actions as head of the world's largest oil company bespeak a pragmatism and view of reality that will guide him -- and the future of U.S. foreign policy -- if he is confirmed.
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