The Foreign Policy Implications of the US Energy Revolution: US Relations with Russia and the Former Soviet Region
Recent years have seen a transformation of America’s energy situation, with the US now predicted to become increasingly self-sufficient. This will have implications for a number of its important bilateral relationships, including with Russia and the former Soviet states. These, in turn, will have broader repercussions for other allies and adversaries around the world. Understanding what growing energy production implies for America’s role in the world will be vital for strategic planning across both the public and private sectors.
Representatives from the media, the public and private sectors, and the think-tank and academic communities will discuss how America’s energy revolution is affecting its relations with Russia and the former Soviet states and how this, in turn, has implications for other countries.
This event is held with the support of Shell.
The Chatham House Rule
To enable as open a debate as possible, this event will be held under the Chatham House Rule.