The Geopolitical Implications of Low Energy Prices: Russia, Iran, and Saudi Arabia


On January 27, former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Chas Freeman, Bookings Institution Senior Fellow Suzanne Maloney, and Center for the National Interest President Dimitri K. Simes discussed the geopolitics of energy. The conversation explored how current events in Russia, Iran, and Saudi Arabia have affected falling oil prices, and, conversely, what impact the changing energy market might have on oil producers. Center Executive Director Paul Saunders moderated the session.

To read a summary of the event, click here.