Nuclear Deal Reached With Iran, But Will It Last?

President Obama Speaks At Southern Site Of The Keystone Oil Pipeline

Tuesday’s nuclear agreement between Iran, Russia, China, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the U.S. could signal the end of a thirteen-year nuclear standoff with Iran. A history of Iranian sanctions as a direct result of its nuclear program is available in the BBC article: “Iran nuclear crisis.” Supporters including U.S. President Barak Obama have widely embraced the …

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Is European Energy Sustainable?


With two-thirds of the world’s cross-border pipeline infrastructure traversing Europe, and the European Union (EU) importing over 50 percent of the energy it consumes, Europe is a unique place to observe energy consumption, production, and policy. A long history of conflict and dependence on foreign energy has led the EU towards a new energy focus, which …

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