• Strategic Survey

    Chapter 3, Part I: The COP-21 Agreement and the Future of Climate-Change Policy

    14 September 2016. 

    The Paris climate agreement will achieve little by itself; its effectiveness will be defined by the evolution of energy economics and technology.

  • Survival

    The New Oil Regime

    12 September 2016. 

    The oil-price collapse that began in June 2014 was not just a correction typical of commodity markets. It will be seen retrospectively as the start of a new era.

  • Strategic Comments

    Nigeria’s security under Buhari

    10 August 2016. 

    Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has made progress in containing the jihadist group Boko Haram in the northeast, but in other parts of the country he faces burgeoning security challenges. These include Niger Delta rebels attacking oil facilities, Biafran separatists confronting security forces, Muslim pastoralists fighting Christian farmers and Shia Muslim political agitation. Buhari will need to formulate and fund considered policies to stem the rise of each element and prevent some from converging with others.

  • Survival

    Creating a Sino-US Energy Relationship

    11 July 2016. 

    America’s emergence as a producer of liquid hydrocarbons suggests an opportunity to sell energy to China, help reduce its greenhouse-gas emissions and lend stability to this most critical relationship.

  • Events

    South Asia’s emerging economic and security relations with Saudi Arabia, the Gulf and Iran: prospects and challenges

    28 June 2016. 

    Corporate Breakfast
    Rahul Roy-Chaudhury, Senior Fellow for South Asia, IISS
    Philip Barton, Consulting Senior Fellow, IISS
    Arundel House, London
    Tuesday 28 June 2016, 8–9AM BST

  • Strategic Comments

    Iraq’s political turmoil

    03 June 2016. 

    Motivated by the government's patronage and corruption, massive political protests in Iraq have mobilised the majority Shia population and weakened Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. He is caught between an intensely disgruntled population and an equally stubborn ruling elite. In a heavily armed population with a recent history of civil war, there is a salient risk that popular demands will be pursued through violence.

  • Events

    Strategic Nuclear Issues in East Asia: Security, Energy and Fuel Cycle Choices

    26 April 2016. 

    IISS-CIIS Workshop
    Beijing
    26 April 2016

  • Events

    The Global Goals – A Roadmap to a Sustainable, Fair and More Peaceful Future

    13 April 2016. 

    IISS Fullerton Lecture
    Prime Minister Erna Solberg, Prime Minister of Norway
    Fullerton Hotel, Singapore
    Wednesday 13 April 2016, 5–6pm SGT

  • Strategic Comments

    China’s energy policy: new technology and civil nuclear expansion

    08 March 2016. 

    Having generated most of its electricity from coal-fired plants, China is aggressively seeking to reduce air pollution and carbon dioxide emissions and move towards energy self-sufficiency. It may in fact be on a trajectory to become a major player in a global nuclear-power market traditionally dominated by the West.

  • IISS Voices

    Antonio Sampaio: Rousseff and Lula da Silva are drawn into Brazil's corruption probe

    08 March 2016.  Explosive allegations implicating President Dilma Rousseff in the Petrobras corruption scheme have rocked Brazil. Rousseff, the head of Petrobras’s administrative council for seven years, denies knowing about the scheme.

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