Energy and Environment
Nuclear power provides about 20% of America's energy needs, and much more in countries from Europe to Asia. Proponents cite its advantages over fossil fuels, and yet critics note dangers including uncertain long-term environmental impacts of nuclear waste. Brookings experts examine the potential and challenge of nuclear energy.
U.S. President Barack Obama and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi end their meeting in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington (REUTERS/Larry Downing).
Previewing President Obama’s Trip to India
January 22, 2015
On January 22, The India Project at Brookings hosted an event to preview President Obama’s trip to India. The panel discussed India’s role in U.S. strategy. Panelists also talked about what is expected from Obama’s trip, including the issues likely to be discussed and the impact on the broader relationship.
January 2015, Fred F. McGoldrick, Robert Einhorn, Duyeon Kim and James L. Tyson
December 12, 2014, Josh Freed
November 6, 2014, Charles K. Ebinger
October 7, 2014
India-U.S. Policy Memo
September 2014, Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu
Article | The International Spectator: Italian Journal of International Affairs
Autumn 2014, Riccardo Alcaro and Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi
Opinion | The National Interest
July 29, 2014, Geneive Abdo
June 12, 2014
June 11, 2014, Hanif Zarrabi-Kashani
May 8, 2014, Hanif Zarrabi-Kashani
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Charles K. Ebinger
Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Energy Security and Climate Initiative
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center for East Asia Policy Studies
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