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Energy Security Outlook and Japan-U.S. Cooperation
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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has exposed the vulnerabilities of the current global energy market, and increased the urgency for countries to develop policies that would ensure access to stable supplies in the longer term. At the same time, the need to further efforts for environmental sustainability and meet decarbonization goals have become all too apparent. Join us for a discussion on how to reconcile the needs of energy security with that of environmental resilience, and the role that both Japan and the United States can play in promoting bilateral and multilateral cooperation to develop the technology and infrastructure to meet the future energy needs of the Indo-Pacific.
Vice Chair of the U.S. Secretary of State's International Security Advisory Board
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