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Private-Sector Development in Fragile, Conflict-Affected, and Violent Countries

by Sadika Hameed & Kathryn Mixon Center for Strategic & International Studies (July 03, 2013)

The CSIS Working Group on Private-Sector Development in Fragile, Conflict-Affected, and Violent States identifies tools available to the international business community and the U.S. government to assist these...


Restoring U.S. Leadership in Nuclear Energy: A National Security Imperative

by The Csis Commission on Nuclear Energy Policy in the United States Center for Strategic & International Studies (July 03, 2013)

America’s nuclear energy industry is in decline. Low natural gas prices, financing hurdles, failure to find a permanent repository for high-level nuclear waste, reactions to the Fukushima accident in Japan,...


New Energy, New Geopolitics

by Sarah O. Ladislaw, Maren Leed & Molly A. Walton Center for Strategic & International Studies (May 15, 2015)

This report evaluates the energy and geopolitical shifts that have arisen from the production of shale gas and light tight oil in the United States. It begins by assessing how much the unconventional energy...


Delivering the Goods

by Frank A. Verrastro, Michelle Melton, Sarah O. Ladislaw & Lisa Hyland Center for Strategic & International Studies (February 19, 2015)

The North American energy landscape has shifted in significant ways. New development of abundant tight oil and unconventional natural gas resources creates an historic opportunity to enhance economic growth...


A New Approach to the Nuclear Fuel Cycle

by Kelsey Hartigan, Corey Hinderstein, Andrew Newman & Sharon Squassoni Center for Strategic & International Studies (February 23, 2015)

The Nuclear Threat Initiative and the Center for Strategic and International Studies joined to launch the New Approaches to the Fuel Cycle project. This project sought to build consensus on common goals, address...


Remaking American Power

by John Larsen, Sarah O. Ladislaw & Whitney Ketchum Center for Strategic & International Studies (November 17, 2014)

This study seeks to help inform federal and state policymakers, energy producers, investors, and consumers about the potential energy market impacts of state and federal policy decisions associated with the...


New Energy, New Geopolitics

by Sarah O. Ladislaw, Maren Leed & Molly A. Walton Center for Strategic & International Studies (July 03, 2014)

The second background report in the New Energy, New Geopolitics series, this report evaluates the geopolitical and national security impacts of the dramatic increase in the production of shale gas and light...


Shifting Political Economy of Russian Oil and Gas

by Tatiana Mitrova Center for Strategic & International Studies (April 11, 2016)

Russia is one of the world’s largest hydrocarbon resource holders, producers, and exporters, but it is undergoing an uncertain economic and energy transition. An economic slowdown, the dual shocks of a sharp...


Africa's New Energy Producers

by Jennifer G. Cooke & David L. Goldwyn Center for Strategic & International Studies (February 05, 2015)

Sub-Saharan Africa is on the verge of an energy boom. New discoveries off the East and West coasts have raised hopes of significant revenues that can accelerate poverty reduction and enhance Africa’s status...


New Energy, New Geopolitics

by Sarah O. Ladislaw, Maren Leed & Molly A. Walton Center for Strategic & International Studies (July 01, 2014)

The third background report in the New Energy, New Geopolitics series, this report examines the dramatic increase in the production of shale gas and light tight oil in the United States and suggests possible...


New Energy, New Geopolitics

by Sarah O. Ladislaw, Maren Leed & Molly A. Walton Center for Strategic & International Studies (June 16, 2014)

This report evaluates the energy impacts of the dramatic increase in the production of shale gas and light tight oil in the United States. It examines how the unconventional energy trend has already impacted...


Recapturing U.S. Leadership in Uranium Enrichment

by George David Banks & Michael WALLACE Center for Strategic & International Studies (December 19, 2013)

The United States is at risk of finding its nuclear weapons capabilities severely weakened by the absence of an available capability to enrich uranium. International legal obligations prohibit the United States...