Anne Korin

Institute for the Analysis of Global Security

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Co-Director of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security, a Washington-based think-tank focused on energy security; Chair of Set America Free, a coalition of people and groups of all political persuasions that focuses on the goal of reducing American dependence on oil; co-author of Turning Oil into Salt: Energy Independence through Fuel Choice

Anne Korin on KCRW

In North Africa and the Middle East, recent disruptions are all about politics and liberation from despotic regimes.  For the energy industry and for speculators it's the price of oil…

Politics, Oil Production and the Price of Gasoline

In North Africa and the Middle East, recent disruptions are all about politics and liberation from despotic regimes.  For the energy industry and for speculators it's the price of oil…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Moammar Gadhafi may or may not be driven from power. In the meantime, unrest and international sanctions have cut Libya's oil production by half.

Politics, Oil Production and the Price of Gasoline

Moammar Gadhafi may or may not be driven from power. In the meantime, unrest and international sanctions have cut Libya's oil production by half.

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A decade ago, oil prices hovered near $20 a barrel and national
security experts talked about missiles not pipelines. But the war in
Iraq, instability in the Middle East and soaring…

High Oil Prices Shifting Global Wealth and Power

A decade ago, oil prices hovered near $20 a barrel and national security experts talked about missiles not pipelines. But the war in Iraq, instability in the Middle East and soaring…

from Which Way, L.A.?

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