The Geopolitics of Oil


After decades of relative stability, the U.S. energy revolution is beginning to shift the dynamics of the energy market.  Once dependent on the Middle East for much of its energy, the U.S. is now producing more of its own—potentially freeing America to pursue a new foreign policy in the region.

Featured Guests

  • Jason Bordoff, Founding Director, Center on Global Energy Policy, Columbia University
  • Carol M. Browner, Former Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Jonathan A. Chanis, Managing Member, New Tide Asset Management
  • Noam Chomsky, Professor of Linguistics Emeritus, MIT
  • Jeff Colgan, Associate Professor of Political Science and International and Public Affairs, Brown University
  • Dr Andrew Scott Cooper, Author; Adjunct Professor, Columbia University
  • Michael Gerrard, Professor, Columbia Law School; Director, Sabin Center for Climate Change Law
  • Deborah Gordon, Director, Energy and Climate Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • Meg Jacobs, Author, Panic at the Pump; Research Scholar, Princeton University
  • Robert Johnston, CEO, Eurasia Group
  • Robert Kaplan, Senior Fellow, Center for a New American Security; Author, Asia’s Cauldron
  • Steve LeVine, Washington Correspondent, Quartz
  • Robert McNally, President, The Rapidan Group
  • Ernest Moniz, U.S. Secretary of Energy, Department of Energy
  • Kenneth Roth, Executive Director, Human Rights Watch
  • Jeffrey Sachs, University Professor, Columbia University
  • Jeffrey Schott, Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics
  • Bill Spindle, Senior Writer, Global Energy, The Wall Street Journal