The Great “Green” Migration: Meet the New Unstoppable Energy Trend

by | published July 14th, 2018

The global rise of renewable energy is hard to miss.

Road trips offer views of land dotted with rows upon rows of wind turbines…

A walk through the neighborhood provides sights of rooftop solar panels…

New stories about powering up through the sun and wind constantly pop up on a daily basis.

A century ago, no one would ever have imagined this could be possible.

We are living in the future.

Especially considering how widespread the reliance on renewable resources is becoming.

Europe Responds to U.S. Sanctions Against Iran; What Happens Next?

by | published July 10th, 2018

Sometimes being in the center of a whirlwind provides an unparalleled vantage point.

As you read this, Marina and I are over the Atlantic, on our way home now that the multi-day summit in Switzerland has drawn to a close.

On Friday, I explained that I was called to the picturesque site of Lausanne, Switzerland on Lake Geneva for meetings on the impending renewal of U.S. sanctions against Iran.

I also told you that I would have more to say about the importance of what transpired there upon my return to the states.

And that’s exactly what we are going to do today because what is happening now is something unparalleled in my four decades of work in the international arena.

And to understand it all, we have to go back to the high-drama that began two months ago