U.S. LNG ‘GasLift’ Floods European Terminals Ahead of Russia Gas Cutoff
How can a U.S. response help Europe if Russian gas cuts off energy supplies of more countries following Poland and Bulgaria? The authors explain why currently, more drastic actions by the U.S. could prove counterproductive, unnecessary and harmful to U.S. trade policy. Read the post on the Baker Institute Blog. This article originally appeared in the Forbes blog on May 2, 2022.
Anna Mikulska, Steven R. Miles May 2, 2022
Religion & U.S. Foreign Policy
David Buckley offers brief reflections on distinct approaches to religion in U.S. diplomacy, particularly at the State Department, and the implications they may have for religious tolerance abroad. His post is the first of 12 prepared for an April 2019 workshop on “Religion, Reverence and Tolerance” organized by the Baker Institute for Public Policy and the Boniuk Institute for Religious Tolerance at Rice University. Baker Institute Blog: https://bit.ly/2z6CGZo
August 19, 2019
Tillerson Out, Pompeo In
President Donald Trump has announced that he will nominate CIA director Mike Pompeo to replace Rex Tillerson as secretary of state. Fellow Joe Barnes analyzes the implications of this decision and assesses Tillerson's short tenure as head of the State Department in a new post for the Baker Institute Blog.
Joe Barnes March 13, 2018
High stakes, low expectations in Mideast
Fellow Joe Barnes examines why President Trump’s trip to Saudi Arabia is critical in strengthening U.S.-Saudi ties to combat terrorism and improving U.S. perceptions of Trump’s leadership. The Hill op-ed: http://bit.ly/2q3JmFE.
Joe Barnes May 22, 2017