In the News
Adam Liptak / The New York Times
The Supreme Court, in a 5-to-4 decision, largely upheld the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to regulate emissions from stationary sources.
Liz Sly / The Washington Post
The militants’ capture of Turabil late Sunday followed the fall of three more towns in Iraq’s western Anbar province.
Fighting flared between Ukrainian and pro-Moscow separatist forces, both sides reported on Sunday, further straining a unilateral ceasefire declared by Ukraine as Russian President Vladimir Putin pressed Kiev to talk to the rebels.
Israeli military confirms it has carried out attacks on Syrian military in retaliation for explosion that killed teenager.
Henry M Paulson Jr. / The New York Times
Carbon dioxide emissions like those from coal-fired power plants should be taxed to spur energy innovation.
War in Iraq has lifted the oil price a little. Its long-term impact will be bigger.
On Our Flashpoint Blog
On June 18, 2014 American Security Project Board Member and former Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Christine Todd Whitman testified on climate change in front of the Senate Subcommittee on Clean Air and Nuclear Security.
On June 14, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops went to Iran to meet with the Iran Supreme Council of the Seminary Teachers of Qom (Shia Islam) to sign a joint declaration opposing actions that, “endanger the life, health, dignity and welfare of others, including the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.”
It has been four years since the publication of the 2010 QDDR. With the release of the 2014 Review close at hand, many still do not have a firm grasp on the impact of refocusing foreign policy to rely on civilian power.
June 24 @ 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM *Invite Only*
A Briefing and Q&A with Deputy Secretary of State Heather Higginbottom, Assistant Administrator Alexander Thier and Special Representative for QDDR Thomas Perriello