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  • Will the American Energy Revolution Suffer from Low Energy Prices?

    On April 8, the Center held an event to discuss the future of America’s energy revolution. The panel included Karen Harbert, President and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for 21st Century Energy and J. Robinson West, founder and chairman of PFC Energy (1984-2013), a Center Board Member and Senior Advisor at the

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  • Australian Ambassador Kim Beazley on the Asia Pivot

    As the center of gravity in the global economy moves increasingly toward the Asia-Pacific region, security-related tensions there have also grown. As a key U.S. ally in Asia, Australia has both an important perspective and valuable contributions to make in managing these and other changes in Asia. On April 2, Ambassador Kim Beazley discussed Australia’s

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  • Ukraine, Armenia, and Russia

    Four expert speakers at the Center for the National Interest agreed that Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych’s sudden decision to withdraw from negotiations on a European Union (EU) Association Agreement was a result of miscalculations in the EU and Ukraine as well as asymmetries between the EU and Russia. Event Summary Four expert speakers at the

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  • China: Superpower or Bust

    “There is no question in my mind that the largest political risk…is what are the implications of the rise of China” and how successfully China’s government will be in handling the exigencies and changes brought about

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  • Energy Dialogue and U.S.-Russian Relations

    On December 3, 2013 American and Russian participants in a day-long discussion of the U.S. domestic energy revolution broadly agreed that soaring natural gas and oil production in the United States have produced considerable benefits for the country.  On December 3, 2013 the Center for the National Interest brought together top U.S and Russian experts

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