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Thu, Jan 28, 2021

#9: Support Nuclear Power—Domestically and Internationally—as a Reliable, Low-carbon Energy Source

By: Jennifer T. Gordon What is the kernel of the issue? To uphold US safety and nonproliferation standards, it is crucial for the US and its allies to be the leading vendors of nuclear reactors. However, Russian and Chinese state-owned nuclear enterprises are seeking to dominate the international civil nuclear market, and they have the […]

100 Ideas for the first 100 days

Sun, Nov 29, 2020

Which Trump Administration-era policies should the incoming Biden-Harris Administration continue?

Amidst the Trump Administration’s empty talk of “energy dominance,” “freedom gas,” and “the cleanest air, the cleanest water,” the Administration developed a number of good policies that align with President-elect Biden’s climate, energy security, and foreign policy objectives. If the Senate remains in Republican hands, these areas might be some of the best opportunities President-elect Biden has to advance his climate and energy goals.

EnergySource by Global Energy Center

Energy & Environment United States and Canada

Fri, Nov 13, 2020

Trade is the key to US energy security, which trumps US energy independence

The incoming Biden Administration offers an opportunity for the United States to shift from its pursuit of energy independence and the fiction of a US energy market insulated from the vagaries of global market shocks and geopolitics. Instead, the new administration should strengthen US relationships with partners and allies to ensure import security for energy products and materials and guarantee export markets for US energy.

EnergySource by Emily Burlinghaus, Jennifer T. Gordon

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

Jennifer T. Gordon is managing editor and senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Center, where she has oversight of the center’s research and publications and manages the center’s nuclear energy policy portfolio. From 2016-2018, Jennifer was a senior energy policy analyst at National Journal’s Network Science Initiative. Jennifer has served as a CIA political analyst and has also worked as a freelance writer and TV commentator.

Jennifer earned her PhD in 2014 from Harvard’s History Department and Center for Middle Eastern Studies, after completing a dissertation on early Shia political thought. In 2004, Jennifer graduated magna cum laude from Wellesley College, with a major in Middle Eastern Studies and a minor in English. Jennifer lives in Bethesda with her husband and their two sons.