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    Energy Policy and Congress

    House and Senate members serving on energy policy congressional committees along and industry leaders talked about energy policy in the 113th Congress. 

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    Domestic Energy and the Economy

    Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Ranking Member Lisa Murkowski (R-AK)) talked about the outlook for domestic energy production and its impact on the U.S. economy and national…

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    Japan Natural Disaster and Nuclear Plant Crisis

    Japan’s ambassador to the U.S., Ichiro Fujisaki, spoke about the nuclear crisis as a result of a 9.0 and tsunami in his country. Following his remarks, several Brookings scholars…

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    Chinese Global Leadership on Energy and Climate Change

    In anticipation of the December 2012 United Nations summit in Copenhagen on climate change, experts from the United States, Australia, and China talked about U.S.-Chinese cooperation on…

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    Premier Redford on U.S.-Alberta Energy Relations

    Alison Redford, the premier of Alberta Province, talked about the Keystone XL pipeline, which would run from Alberta to the Texas coast, the U.S. State Department’s recent Supplement…

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    Close Up Foundation

    The Close Up Foundation hosted a town hall meeting on the issue of whether or not to keep a nuclear plant in the state. Ralph Nader and Charles Ebinger participated from Washington…

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    Regional Implications of the Persian Gulf War

    The guests discussed the regional implications of the Persian Gulf War.

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    Oil and Energy in the Middle East

    This panel was part of a symposium on the future direction of the Middle East. Participants on the panel focused on oil and energy in this region. They analyzed political and…

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    Oil and Economics after the Persian Gulf War

    The Center for Contemporary Arab Studies was established in 1975 as part of Georgetown University’s school of Foreign Service. It describes itself as the only academic…

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    Has the Energy World Changed?

    The council’s annual nuclear energy forum was entitled “The New Order: Has the Energy World Changed?” Nuclear utility and industry executives from several countries…

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    U.S. Policy in the Persian Gulf

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    World Energy Trade

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