For the past two hundred years, fossil fuel resources have bestowed global power. Britain became the first global hegemon in
With the slump in oil prices, and some analysts forecasting prices to head towards $10 per barrel, yet more hard
In 1929, U.S. stock markets crashed, scything personal fortunes and birthing the most devastating global economic depression since the 1870s-1880s.
Climate change may be the most intractable psychological-sociological challenge that humanity has ever encountered. It has been occurring for decades
Marriage is a non-binding contract. Each party is free to walk away from it. Its dissolution, however, always has consequences.
“The history of OPEC proves that there is no inherent contradiction between defending national interests (the role of nation-states as
The coronavirus (Covid-19) is upending two fundamental tenets of globalization: flow of people and goods and a booming Chinese economy.
In January 2019, I embarked on the journey of reading and reviewing a new energy book every month, so it
In July 1941, the Japanese empire, dependent on the United States for the oil imports that powered its military, faced
We are living in an age of plenty, at least when it comes to oil. There is more production globally
When a recent BBC investigation alleged corruption behind the allocation of energy contracts for gas fields off the coast of
“In his keynote address [to the American Petroleum Institute in 1941], [Henry Luce, founder of Life Magazine and the term
For decades, Libyan oil has been a linchpin of European oil-supply security. In 2011, the British and French even went
Last September, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker proposed a bold idea. “We must do more to allow our single currency
On April 4, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) celebrated its 70th birthday in Washington in rather ho-hum fashion. The