HDIAC Webinar - Energy Security
This webinar describes the sophisticated global setting where energy security, national security, and geopolitics intersect. People everywhere want abundant, reliable, clean, and affordable energy. Nation-states have a geopolitical identity and geopolitical aspirations for influence. Energy security is an essential factor in those aspirations. Nation-states can influence developments beyond their borders regarding access to, processing, and transportation of natural resources, such as carbon-based energy and minerals essential for renewable energy development.

This webinar addresses the relationship between energy security/homeland security and unhindered access to energy supplied from domestic or foreign sources, the role of energy transportation at competitive world prices, and the relationship between local and international energy infrastructure.

Presenter:
Ambassador (ret.) Richard D. Kauzlarich is a Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University.  Since 2014, Ambassador Kauzlarich has been Co-Director of the Center for Energy Science and Policy, and he previously served as Deputy Director, Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center at George Mason from 2011-2013.  Ambassador Kauzlarich joined the Institute in spring 2002 after a 32-year career in the Foreign Service in which he served as United States Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1997-99 and to Azerbaijan in 1994-97.
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