Energy, Economics, & Security

Within Energy, Economics, & Security

The Energy, Economics, and Security program analyzes the changing global marketplace and implications for U.S. national security and foreign policy. Shifting energy dynamics, the geopolitical challenges associated with a changing climate and powerful economic forces all shape U.S. global leadership. In a highly interconnected global system, leaders must increasingly leverage energy and financial assets to defend and promote U.S. national interests. The Energy, Economics and Security program develops practical strategies to help decision-makers understand, anticipate and respond.

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Research Team

  • Elizabeth Rosenberg

    Senior Fellow and Director, Energy, Economics and Security Program

  • Ellie Maruyama

    Research Associate, Energy, Economics and Security Program

  • Dr. Jonathan Brewer

    Adjunct Senior Fellow, Energy, Economics, and Security Program

  • Sue Eckert

    Adjunct Senior Fellow, Energy, Economics, & Security Program

  • Zachary K. Goldman

    Adjunct Senior Fellow, Energy, Economics and Security Program

  • Dr. David Gordon

    Adjunct Senior Fellow, Energy, Economics, and Security Program

  • Peter Harrell

    Adjunct Senior Fellow, Energy, Economics and Security Program

  • Eric B. Lorber

    Adjunct Fellow, Energy, Economics, and Security Program, CNAS Next Generation National Security Fellow, 2015

  • Adam M. Smith

    Adjunct Fellow, Energy, Economics, and Security Program

  • Edoardo Saravalle

    Energy, Economics, & Security