In the May/June 2014 issue:
Edward Morse, global head of commodities research at Citi, writes that the shale energy revolution is here to stay and will spread rapidly around the globe.
Robert Hefner, founder and CEO of the GHK Companies, explains why the shale revolution could have happened only in the United States.
Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran’s foreign minister, calls for good faith and political will in the ongoing nuclear negotiations between Iran and the West.
Walter Russell Mead, professor of foreign affairs at Bard College, and G. John Ikenberry, professor of politics at Princeton University, debate whether Russia’s seizure of Crimea marks the return of geopolitics.
Tyler Cowen, professor of economics at George Mason University, reviews Thomas Piketty’s Captial in the Twenty-first Century.
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