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Hydropower and the Challenge of Climate Change

Clean hydroelectric plants are meant to help the world fight global warming. But what happens when climate change clouds hydro's own future?

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Will Cheap Oil Spell the End of Cheap Energy in the Middle East?

Plunging crude prices prompt calls for an end to wasteful energy subsidies in the region. That’s a lot easier said than done.

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Ukraine’s ‘Courageous’ Energy Reforms Meant to Erode Russia’s Leverage

Kiev has been prodded for years to make key economic reforms, especially in the energy sector. With the economy in meltdown and the IMF still pushing, Ukraine is finally seizing the day.

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West Threatens New Sanctions Against Russia

U.S. and European policymakers are meeting to craft new restrictions, but it's unclear what Russian action would prompt them.

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Europe’s Bureaucrats Are the Ones in the Trenches Taking the Fight to Russia and Gazprom

In pushing back against Moscow’s use of the energy cudgel, Brussels has unleashed its secret weapon -- a blizzard of bureaucrats who lob directives rather than shells.

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