In recent years, the impact of globalization has become a central concern for policy-makers, business executives and civil society, not only in the U.S. but around the world. The challenges confronting political leaders today demand new approaches to global governance that are more inclusive, more representative and more effective.
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Energy issues—their geopolitics, governance and security implications—are pushing their way to the heart of U.S. foreign policy. Bruce Jones, David Steven and Emily O'Brien examine impacts of the major transformation in international energy markets that has begun.
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