This is a year marked by uncertainty — 64 countries, accounting for 49% of the world’s population — are holding national elections.

As the research director of the energy security and climate change programme at the Centre for Strategic & International Studies, which is consistently ranked the top national security think-tank in the world, I spend a lot of time reflecting on what the implications of forthcoming elections may mean for domestic and international energy security. ..

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