From tinted glass to microwave communications, U.S. defense and industrial sectors depend on natural resources that are mostly produced in China.
New technologies mean an energy bonanza is on the horizon. And Beijing may be the biggest winner.
Tensions in the corrupt Russian energy sector have reached a boiling point.
Can natural gas save the United States?
Unprecedented national debt and unreliable sources of imported oil leave the United States in a dangerous predicament.
A resource surplus made rapid technological progress possible. Now abundant, cheap fuel is disappearing—and modern life may not be far behind.
The costs of nuclear power—and especially of disasters like Chernobyl and Fukushima—far outweigh the technology's potential benefits.
The Summit of the Americas was a flop. Now Obama has an opportunity to recast inter-American partnership around energy security—and counter China.
China's strengthening ties with Middle Eastern nations are about energy, not an anti-American alliance.
Energy debaters have found an easy target in this relatively new, scary-sounding technology. Don't be fooled by the heated rhetoric.