Issues / Energy
If Russia cuts off enriched uranium to U.S., the U.S. will likely find alternative sources.
Expanding energy access makes sense. What doesn’t make sense is using a failed scheme — like carbon trading — to pay for it.
Will Russia retaliate for sanctions over Crimea by cutting off the sale of enriched uranium to the U.S.?
Plagued by poor infrastructure, climate denialism, and a patchwork of unregulated fracking wells and nuclear waste sites, the U.S. is poised to topple itself with self-inflicted wounds.
The real "pivot to Asia" should be towards decarbonization, a more equitable distribution of wealth, and a commitment to fight climate change.
For North Korea to rise higher on the list of U.S. priorities, Washington policymakers will have to stop considering it in isolation.
The United States held nuclear energy out to Iran and then pulled it away.
Honduras' new president, Juan Orlando Hernández, takes office amid rising tensions between developers on one side and indigenous and campesino communities on the other.
Before restarting operations at Tiguentourine, Washington and London demanded a major restructuring of its security by Algeria.
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