The unconventional fuel boom has  reduced U.S. dependence on oil imports, while the energy-constrained Asia-Pacific nations are increasingly reliant on foreign sources. With the U.S. slated to export liquid natural gas (LNG) to Asia as early as 2017, a new energy era has come. Read More

Wilson Center Experts

  • Jennifer L. Turner

    Jennifer L. Turner

    Director, China Environment Forum & Manager, Global Choke Point Initiative

What is “Science Hack Day” and why is it coming to Washington, DC? Elizabeth Tyson describes a global movement that is intended to encourage collaboration and unleash creativity. Read More

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  • Elizabeth Tyson

    Elizabeth Tyson

    New Projects Manager/Researcher, Science and Technology Innovation Program

"This summit represents an opportunity to debate these issues that should not be squandered, or lost in the obsession over how Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro will greet each other. And the United States has much to offer," writes Cynthia ArnsonRead More

Wilson Center Experts

The long-term economic and geopolitical implications of a climate agreement in Paris this fall far outweigh today's headline-grabbing crises, says Nick MabeyRead More

Wilson Center Experts

Facing both political and economic problems, Brazil is attempting to revive its economy. Will the “austerity” measures work, and if so, how long will it take to see progress? Read More

Wilson Center Experts

Negotiating with Iran in an effort to slow its nuclear program and avoid war is the least bad alternative. But there are no good deals that will end Iran’s nuclear weapons aspirations, only ones with varying degrees of risk," writes Aaron David Miller and Jason BrodskyRead More

Wilson Center Experts

"Military strikes alone will not solve Yemen’s complex internal crisis, even if the offensive by a coalition of 10 Muslim countries eventually contains the advancing Houthi rebels," writes Robin Wright. Read More

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"Even Russia’s vaunted internal security services now have to make due with fewer resources, despite the real prospect of increased social unrest," writes William Pomeranz. Read More

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A Conversation with the President of Tanzania, Jakaya Kikwete

President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete reflects on his presidency, examining his accomplishments, some of the key challenges he has faced, and lessons learned from his 10 years in office. Read More

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U.S.-Mexico High Level Economic Dialogue

In this interview, Chris Wilson discusses the progress made in unleashing the untapped economic potential between the U.S. and Mexico. Read More

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Genetically Modified Mosquitoes: Problem or Solution?

In an effort to head off a potential health problem in Florida, scientists have created genetically modified mosquitoes intended to stop the spread of their non-modified and disease carrying cousins. What sounds like a good plan to some, has set off alarm bells for others. Read More

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Current Challenges to Euro-Atlantic Security

Foreign ministers, ambassadors, prominent leaders, and global policy makers addressed current challenges to Euro-Atlantic security at OSCE’s Security Days Conference. Video and takeaways available here. Read More

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China in Space: How Europe and the United States Can Align Their Views and Boost Cooperation

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China in Space: How Europe and the United States Can Align Their Views and Boost Cooperation

The U.S. and Europe should create a dialogue about China and space, and should also work on joint projects to establish standards for uses of space that all three parties can respect

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<a href="/">Fernando Reinares</a>

Fernando Reinares

2011 public policy scholar and a leading terrorism expert published this article in El Pais, Spain’s highest-circulation newspaper, on yesterday’s anniversary of the March 11, 2004, train bombings in Madrid.

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Maleeha Lodhi

Public Policy Scholar from 2009-2010, was appointed Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

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Afghanistan

Kubra in her workshop. (Photo by Justin Sutcliffe/Polaris)

As the U.S. prepares to withdraw from the longest war in its history, a look at the lives changed, promises made, and ideas shaped by war in Afghanistan.