Steve LeVine

Quartz

Guest

Washington correspondent for Quartz, where writes about the intersection of energy, technology and geopolitics, and fellow at the New America Foundation, a liberal-leaning think tank; author of The Oil and the Glory and Putin's Labyrinth, and The Powerhouse: Inside the Invention of a Battery to Save the World;  former chief foreign affairs writer for BusinessWeek

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