Lost in the furor over what Moscow did or did not do, and what effects it did or did not have, is the broader question of what this incident says about Russian intentions and aims. Just how unusual was it for great powers to interfere in a democracy’s electoral processes, and just how outraged should Americans be by the alleged activities?
The Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group, together with the Consortium for Energy Policy Research at Harvard, will host a two-day major policy conference — Acting in Time on Energy Policy.
The conference will address public policy dimensions of the following topics: oil and transportation; climate change; carbon capture and storage; electricity structure and infrastructure; and energy-technology innovation.
For more information, please visit the Acting in Time on Energy Policy conference website.