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Tracking the Energy Titans: Hidden Trends in the United States, China, and Canada [Infographic]

Sep 14, 2015
“Tracking the Energy Titans,” an interactive infographic from the Wilson Center, draws on data for the United States, China, and Canada to compare national energy trends in consumption, production, imports, exports, and environmental impacts.
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Chinese President Xi Jinping Visits the US: A Preview

Sep 02, 2015
Later this month China’s President Xi Jinping will visit the United States. From economics to climate change and cybersecurity, there will be no shortage of issues for discussion between him and his counterpart President Obama. For more on what to expect, we spoke with Kissinger Institute Director, Robert Daly.

China Slowdown Fuels Uncertainties For Chile's Copper Industry, Violent Labor Strife

Sep 01, 2015
Cynthia J. Arnson, Director of the Latin American Program, is quoted in the International Business Times on the effect of China's economic slowdown on the copper industry in Chile.
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Robert Daly Discusses U.S.-Chinese Relations on C-Span

Aug 12, 2015
Robert Daly previewed the upcoming visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping in September, and U.S.-Chinese relations. Topics included President Xi’s agenda as the leader of China, U.S. debt to China, and territorial disputes over the South China Sea area.

China Daily Covered CEF Meeting on Chinese Direct Investment in the US Energy Sector

Aug 05, 2015
Chinese foreign direct investment in the United States accelerated only a few years ago, but Chinese companies are now building a variety of solar and wind farms, electric-vehicle manufacturing plants and other greenfield energy projects across America. However, Chinese direct investment in the US clean-energy sector is greatly influenced by local policies, policy experts said in a CEF meeting on July 30.

CEF Director Jennifer Turner Talked on NPR about How Can Beijing Get Enough Snow for 2022 Winter Olympics

Aug 04, 2015
Among the questions raised by Beijing's bid for the Winter Olympics was this one. Where are they going to get the snow? In its evaluation of the bid, the Olympic Committee noted minimal snowfall in the area, so the games, they concluded, will rely completely on artificial snow. Jennifer Turner, CEF Director at Wilson Center was interviewed by NPR's Melissa Block on water issues for 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

As Beijing Prepares To Host Winter Olympics, Where Will It Get The Snow?

Jul 31, 2015
"For the surrounding area, they are going to get the water there to make the snow, and there will definitely be losers. And it could be local, smaller villages and remaining farming communities," says Jennifer Turner in this interview on NPR.

Russia's National Idea: Matthew Rojansky interviews Dr. Nikolai Zlobin

Jul 30, 2015
Following the July 23, 2015 event co-sponsored by the Wilson Center's Kennan Institute and Kissinger Institute on China and the U.S., Matthew Rojansky interviews Dr. Nikolai Zlobin on his takeaways from the session.

China's National Idea: Robert Daly interviews Dr. Ho-fung Hung

Jul 30, 2015
Following the July 23, 2015 event co-sponsored by the Wilson Center's Kennan Institute and Kissinger Institute on China and the U.S., Robert Daly interviews Dr. Ho-fung Hung on his takeaways from the session.

Oakland’s Web of Waters Shapes New Economy, Civic Energy

Jul 15, 2015
In March 1999, not long after he was sworn in as the 47th mayor of Oakland, Jerry Brown called Lesley Estes, the supervisor of the city’s watershed protection program. Brown, who is now California’s governor, wanted the city staffer he called “Creek Lady” to describe the most formidable ideas she had to conserve natural areas, make parks more beautiful, and clean up the city’s waters.

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