Energy News

Energy Reform is Possible - U.S. Study - Mexico Institute in the News

Jan 24, 2013
This article is in Spanish. Duncan Wood quoted extensively in an article about the new Mexico Institute publication on the future of US-Mexico relations following President Obama's second Inauguration.

Nik Nanos speaks with The Globe and Mail about Canada/U.S. energy relations

Jan 23, 2013
Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar Nik Nanos discusses energy issues with The Globe and Mail.

New Home for Mexican Oil-Mexico Institute in the News

Jan 23, 2013
This article is a summary of work from the Mexico Institute at the Wilson Center.

Public Policy Scholar Nik Nanos speaks with the CBC

Jan 17, 2013
Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar Nik Nanos discussed his firms recent polling of North American energy opinions with the CBC.

Latin American Program in the News: Latin America 2013: Political Outlook

Jan 03, 2013
Trouble in Argentina and Venezuela and elections in Chile, Ecuador, Honduras and Paraguay.

Japan in 2013: Insecurities to loom larger

Jan 03, 2013
Senior scholar Nobuo Fukuda discusses the insecurities facing Japan in 2013 from national defense and security to energy and the economy on CNN.

Japan Votes to Go Back to the Future

Jan 03, 2013
Northeast Asia Associate Shihoko Goto discusses what the re-emergence of Japan's Liberal Democratic Party under Shinzo Abe means for the country in The Globalist.

Can Mexico's Oil and Gas Production Keep Pace With the Nation's Energy Needs?

Dec 20, 2012
During his campaign, recently elected Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto spoke of energy sector reform as a national priority. So is the time ripe for significant change? And is there agreement on the nature of the problems and preferred solutions? To gain perspective on the current situation and the potential for reform, we spoke with Mexican energy policy expert and Wilson Center Mexico Institute Director, Duncan Wood.

A thirst for leadership out of Japan's energy woes

Dec 12, 2012
Japan can ill-afford to continue the streak of having seven prime ministers in as many years, especially as it continues to grapple with the nuclear fallout on the one hand and endeavors to stop its foothold on the global economic ladder slipping even further. Read more: http://www.upi.com/Top_News/Analysis/Outside-View/2012/12/05/Outside-View-A-thirst-for-leadership-out-of-Japans-energy-conundrum/UPI-94291354683900/#ixzz2EsFyhwho

Pacto Por Mexico - The Expert Take

Dec 12, 2012
During the era of the pre-democratic PRI in Mexico there existed a long history of national political pacts. Those pacts typically were between the PRI dominated executive branch and the two most influential actors, labor unions and business organizations. In the 1990s, at the highpoint of the democratic transition, the PRI for the first time in its history lost its ability to ensure a two-thirds vote in the legislative branch, preventing it from accomplishing constitutional changes.

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