Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson’s view of global politics has been shaped by running one of the world’s largest, most sophisticated companies. With operations on six continents, Tillerson has had to strike deals and manage complex relations with dozens of countries and a wide range of leaders, based on pragmatism and mutually beneficial economic agreements.
The recent announcement that Exelon, a leading U.S. utility, plans to shutter two of its nuclear power plants is a harbinger of things to come. As the U.S. nuclear sector continues to decline in part because of distorted electricity markets, so too is America’s ability to shape the global nonproliferation regime. Against this dire […]
The shale revolution has put the United States in a position to become one of the great power players in world energy markets, generating tremendous economic and national security improvements. Yet a major obstacle must be removed first. Surprisingly, it was not thrown up by Russia or China or Iran, but by our own […]
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