United States Publications

North America's Fossil Fuel Boom: More Risk for Water?

Dec 16, 2014
This joint China Environment Forum (CEF) and the Canada Institute research brief is published as part of CEF’s Cooperative Competitors project, which examines promising areas of clean energy and climate collaboration between the United States and China.

The Brazilian Congress at the Frontier of Innovation

Dec 12, 2014
A report on the three Brazilian Congressional Study Missions on Innovation to the United States and the United Kingdom.

Canadian Hydropower Could Lower U.S. Carbon Emissions

Dec 10, 2014
Canada generates a majority of its electricity from hydropower and is a global leader in hydroelectricity production. As a result, Canada is positioned to provide a secure and renewable source of electricity in response to increasing domestic demand for clean energy in the United States.

Arctic Borders Still Aren't Settled

Dec 10, 2014
Even with the world's longest peaceful border and advanced mapping capabilities, Canada and the United States disagree about where their Arctic border begins and ends, specifically in the Beaufort Sea.

Reaching Across the Pacific: Latin America and Asia in the New Century

Nov 30, 2014
This publication focuses on the rapidly expanding relations between Asian and Latin American countries, with chapters focusing on Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and the region at large.

Melting Pot Urgency: Attracting and Educating Entrepreneurs for the U.S.

Nov 26, 2014
Attracting foreign-born talent and teaching entrepreneurial skills are vital to the economic vibrancy of the United States. The United States needs new programs to recruit and retain immigrant entrepreneurs, strengthen K-12 education, and stress experiential, collaborative learning at all levels of education to create jobs and lead the global economy as the world’s entrepreneurship engine.

Hope Denied: The US Defeat of the 1965 Revolt in the Dominican Republic

Nov 20, 2014
In CWIHP Working Paper No. 72, Piero Gleijeses explores the US military intervention in the Dominican Republic in April, 1965. Using recently-declassified US sources, this paper asks, was there a real danger of a communist takeover had the US not invaded? How democratic were the June 1966 elections, and did Washington force the terms of a provisional government on the besieged rebels?

InsightOut Issue 1 - Clearing the Air: Is Natural Gas China's Game Changer for Coal?

Nov 06, 2014
Natural gas has emerged as a potential game changer on China’s path to reduce its reliance on coal and shift to cleaner energy sources. This shift, however, is bound to require costly investments, raise energy prices, and dampen economic competitiveness in the short term.

Russian TV's American Face

Nov 04, 2014
RT is rapidly transforming itself into an American-style whistle-blower, relentlessly reporting on America's democratic deficiencies and malfeasance, at home and abroad.

Keystone XL Isn't the Only Planned Pipeline in Canada

Nov 02, 2014
Canada currently exports 99% of it's oil to the United States. Pipeline infrastructure is at capacity. This has resulted in various proposals to get Canadian oil to new markets.