JGI Director Brian Fonseca was quoted in a recent article in Cuba Trade Magazine. Nick Swyter's piece "Russia’s rekindled interest in Cuba raises questions about the Kremlin’s geopolitical ambitions" asked Director Fonseca his thoughts on Russia's new ventures into Cuba. You can see Director Fonseca's remarks by clicking on the link.
JGI Research Scientist Dr. Jonathan Rosen along with Mexican scholar Roberto Zepeda just released a newly published journal article titled "Mexico-United States Migration: Security Implications." This piece argues that in order to reduce migration levels, the US and Mexico must work together to regulate migration flows in order to meet the demands for labor force in the US while protecting against illicit movements. latest article examining US-Mexico relations
JGI's own Ed Glad was on CNN en Espanol discussing the 2017 OPEC meeting. Dr. Glad posited what he anticipates will be discussed and how it affects global energy production. Dr. Ed Glab is co-Director of the Global Energy Security Forum. See Dr. Glab's interview by clicking the link.
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