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19 Nov 2018

The roots of anti-environmentalism in the U.S.

By: Peter JACQUES

An interview with Peter Jacques, Professor of Political Science, University of Central Florida. 

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16 Nov 2018

A New Japan-France Strategic Partnership: A View from Paris Lettre du Centre Asie, No. 74, 16 November 2018

On the occasion of the conference held on the 22 November 2018 marking the 160th anniversary of Franco-Japanese...

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17 Oct 2018

The US Oil Embargo on Iran: A New Oil Shock? Edito Energie, October 2018

The 14 July 2015 Vienna agreement on Iran’s nuclear activities (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action – JCPoA) was a game changer on the geopolitics in the Middle East and for the oil market. The oil sanctions were lifted and Iran increased...

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16 Oct 2018

The Next Wave of Global LNG Investment Is Coming Edito Energie, October 2018

With an annual growth of 10% in 2017 to 290 million tons (Mt)[1] and 8.3% in the first half of 2018,​

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15 Oct 2018

Brexit, Electricity and the No-Deal Scenario: Perspectives from Continental Europe, Ireland and the UK Études de l'Ifri, October 2018

By: Carole MATHIEU, Steve PYE, Paul DEANE

When it comes to energy and electricity in particular, there can be no winner in the Brexit negotiations. The only reasonable objective should be to minimise losses and avoid trade friction.

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04 Oct 2018

Questions of Fact: India’s Aadhaar Matter and the Limits of the Supreme Court Asie Visions, No. 101, October 2018

By: Amber SINHA

In September 2018, the Supreme Court of India rendered its verdict in a landmark case with major implications for the Aadhaar biometric identification project as well as the application of right to privacy in India, but the Aadhaar Matter...

24 Oct 2018

Total CEO Steps Into Eye of Saudi Storm as Other Bosses Balk

Total SA boss Patrick Pouyanne proved once again that he’ll go where other business leaders fear to tread. The storm in Saudi Arabia caused by the...
10 Oct 2018

Belgium's creaky nuclear reactors raise risk of winter power outages

Carole MATHIEU, quoted by Ajit Niranjan in Deutsche Welle
Belgium is slowly phasing out its aging nuclear energy infrastructure. But looming winter weather, limited renewable options and a poorly connected...
28 Sep 2018

COMMENT: Does the Trump-led trade war with China threaten US energy...

President Trump is using tariffs and quotas as weapons in his trade dispute with China. Sylvie Cornot-Gandolphe and Jean-François Boittin of think...
28 Aug 2018

French environment minister Nicolas Hulot resigns

Marc-Antoine EYL-MAZZEGA, quoted by Harriet Agnew in the Financial Times
Activist hits out at President Macron for taking only ‘small steps’ on green issues in government
02 Aug 2018

The Vienna Compromise

Marc-Antoine EYL-MAZZEGA, article published in WE World Energy
In June, the alliance of producing countries decided to increase the output of crude oil, against the backdrop of a surge in prices and severe...
30 Jul 2018

Super-synergies could arise from cross-border projects

Michel CRUCIANI, interview by David Foxwell for Offshore Wind Journal
Shared projects, shared tenders and joint R&D projects could see low-cost offshore windfarms and interconnectors criss-crossing the North...