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Interactive: Impacts of the Final Clean Power Plan

Energy / Page August 16, 2016

In June 2016, BPC’s Energy Project released a new analysis of the transitioning electric power sector and projected impacts of the final Clean Power Plan.

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Turkey vs. ISIS and the PKK: What’s the Difference?

National Security / Page July 6, 2016

Turkey entered into two wars over the course of four days in July 2015. Examining both conflicts offers a unique view of Turkey’s struggle with terrorism.

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Securing Our Financial Future

Economy / Research June 9, 2016

BPC’s plan aims to establish a better savings culture and renew the promise of an adequate retirement—across the income spectrum—for current and future generations.

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Healthy Aging Begins at Home

Health / Research May 22, 2016

For too long America has recognized its shifting demographics but failed to make investments that preserve dignity and independence in old age.

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A New Model to Modernize U.S. Infrastructure

Infrastructure / Research May 16, 2016

The investments made 50 to 100 years ago are nearing the end of their useful life. America has no coordinated vision or plan for their replacement.

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Selecting a Vice President: Advice for Presidential Candidates

Governance / Research April 22, 2016

In the upcoming months, the presidential nominees of each political party will make one of their most consequential decisions: the selection of a running mate.

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Nuclear Waste Storage in the U.S.

Energy / Research December 2, 2015

Nuclear waste needs to be stored away from the public to protect us from its radiation and to let it cool down.

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Interactive: Recent History of the Debt Limit

Economy / Page October 9, 2015

The debt limit has been the subject of much attention over the past few years. Explore BPC’s interactive to see how it has changed since 2010.

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The Geopolitics of Lifting the Crude Oil Export Ban

Energy / Research September 24, 2015

An increase of American crude oil in the global marketplace likely diminishes the influence of other exporting nations by weakening their market share.

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Lifting Crude Oil Export Ban Would Reduce Gas Prices

Energy / Research September 24, 2015

More U.S. crude oil on the global market would increase global supply, impacting the price of internationally traded gasoline and ultimately the U.S. consumer.

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