New AtlanticistMay 8, 2023
China’s support may not be ‘lethal aid,’ but it’s vital to Russia’s aggression in Ukraine
By Markus Garlauskas, Joseph Webster, Emma C. Verges
A close look at trade data shows that Beijing is already providing critical support for Moscow's war aims. Policymakers should not get hung up on the "lethal aid" red line.
EnergySourceMay 5, 2023
Green hydrogen: Loaded up and (long-haul) trucking
By Joseph Webster, William Tobin
California and Texas are two potential markets to advance hydrogen-fueled trucking. Both states have excellent potential and can decarbonize heavy-duty transportation.
Joseph Webster is a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Center, where he serves as hydrogen and offshore wind lead. Joe previously worked as a fundamentals energy consultant at a boutique energy firm in Houston, TX, where his project work included topics across hydrogen, ammonia, electricity, liquefied natural gas (LNG), and oil & gas markets.
Parallel to his energy work, Joe edits the China-Russia Report, an independent, non-partisan newsletter covering developments within and between the two authoritarian superpowers; he also writes a weekly column on China-Russia relations for The China Project. Joe is proficient in Mandarin Chinese and has been published by The China Project, Politico Europe, Eurasianet, the Bulwark, and more.
Joe completed a master’s degree in international relations from the Johns Hopkins University’s Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, where he was a Mount Vernon fellow, and a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Maryland.