Michael T. Klare is a professor of peace and world security studies at Hampshire College and the defense correspondent of The Nation. He is the author, most recently, of The Race for What’s Left.
Climate change and its political repercussions.
In the coming decades, two converging nightmares are likely to produce a tidal wave of unrest, rebellion, competition and conflict.
Just how strategically important is the pipeline?
Will China-Japan-US tensions in the Pacific ignite a conflict and sink the global economy?
The recent World Energy Outlook report that has many cheering U.S. oil supremacy—when it should be setting off alarm bells on the climate crisis.
He would eviscerate environmental regulation and encourage plunder by oil and gas interests.
American politicians are touting a future of robust domestic oil production. There’s just one problem: our planet won’t allow it.
Surprisingly, the United States seems pleased that Putin wants to reposition Russia as a major Asian power.
The summer of 2012 has been one of heat, drought, rising food costs and global unrest.
Four ways the President is pursuing Cheney's geopolitics of global energy.