Women’s Rights, Human Rights and Refugees | Edward P. Djerejian Center for the Middle East | Online publicationGender & Politics in the Middle East
Women continue to face challenges in accessing the higher echelons of political power — and in playing a more substantive role in the policymaking process.
April 26, 2017
U.S. shale a global swing producer
Fellow Jim Krane and graduate fellow Mark Agerton note that unique characteristics of U.S. shale oil production have allowed it to assume part of the "swing supply" role rejected by OPEC in November 2014.
Jim Krane, Mark Agerton August 27, 2015
Security Risks for Multinationals
Gary Hale, nonresident fellow in drug policy and Mexico studies, examines the security implications of Mexico's energy reforms. Are there enough army, navy or privatized forces to secure foreign oil and gas operators?
Gary J. Hale August 24, 2015
Edward P. Djerejian Center for the Middle East | Women’s Rights, Human Rights and Refugees | Online publicationFilm Review, Films for the Feminist Classroom
Valentine M. Moghadam reviews three films about women’s leadership and the risks and formidable challenges that women leaders face: "Frontrunner: The Afghan Woman Who Surprised the World" (2007), "Egypt: We Are Watching You" (2007) and "The Feminist Initiative" (2009).
Valentine M. Moghadam March 12, 2014
The Trouble with the B-B Axis
When it comes to oil, Beijing and Baghdad are best friends—for now. With China stepping in to fill the vacuum left by IOCs moving north to Kurdistan, Iraq is left vulnerable to China's inefficient domestic energy market and the fledgling development of its massive shale gas reserves.
May 14, 2013
A New European Neglected Diseases Center for Greece?
A Hellenic center for neglected tropical diseases would be a welcome and potentially transformative institution that…
Peter J. Hotez February 28, 2013