The Energy Transition Confronts Reality

Given the scale and complexity of the transition away from hydrocarbons, some worry that economic analysis has been given short shrift in the policy planning process. A clear-eyed assessment of the transition’s prospects requires a deeper understanding of at least four major challenges. Read More Here

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Xi Jinping Arrives In Saudi Arabia For Regional Summits

Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Saudi Arabia on an official visit to forge closer ties with Riyadh and Arab states. He will stay to attend the inaugural China-Arab States Summit and to meet GCC leaders at the China-Gulf conference in the capital, Riyadh. He last visited the kingdom in 2016. Read More Here Also Read: China and […]

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What Does India Want From Russia?

As the Ukraine war continues, India’s quest for self-reliance increasingly entails multidimensional international engagement. Its skillful approach means that the forthcoming 75th anniversary of Indian independence will coincide with the country achieving significant – and advantageous – geopolitical autonomy. Read More Here

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The Energy Crisis Will Deepen

Today’s global energy crisis could turn out to be even worse than what the world experienced in the 1970s. Much will depend on more informed collaboration between governments and industry leaders, with policymakers properly understanding and managing the energy flows on which modern economies depend. Read More Here

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