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What’s up with the USMCA and Mexico’s Energy Policy?
Despite U.S. officials’ attempts to persuade Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to change course on his energy policy, which violates key provisions of the USMCA, his administration has not backed down, the authors write. They explain where the disputes between the U.S. and Mexico currently stand and what they mean for other aspects of the binational relationship.
Miriam Grunstein, Tony Payan September 14, 2022
Four NOCS: Facing the current demand destruction
The oil glut and the unprecedented drop in demand, along with plummeting oil prices due to the coronavirus pandemic, is revealing the strengths and weaknesses of oil firms globally. The authors consider four NOCs — Ecopetrol, Petrobras, Petronas and Pemex — in the context of the current crisis.
Benigna Cortés Leiss, Adrian Duhalt May 20, 2020
Policy & Political Thoughts on the Current Crisis
"This pandemic and looming economic crisis will affect all of us ... The sooner we relearn how to set aside our differences and unite during this difficult moment, the stronger we will emerge from it," says James A. Baker, III, honorary chair of the Baker Institute.
James A. Baker, III April 6, 2020
New Frontiers: Hemp Law & Litigation
Products containing hemp extracts high in CBD are gaining mainstream popularity, acceptance and federal legality. In this article, Lisa Pittman, nonresident fellow in drug policy, focuses on litigation issues particular to hemp.
Lisa Pittman February 1, 2020
Hemp CBD: What Seniors Should Know
Cannabis legalization has been sweeping the nation and is now legal for medical use in 34 states and adult use in 11 states (and the District of Columbia). Lisa Pittman, nonresident fellow in drug policy, discusses what seniors should know about CBD acquisition and use. American Bar Association (subscription required): https://bit.ly/2XaJPUj
Lisa Pittman December 18, 2019