November 12, 2004
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

This paper provides: (1) an updated typology of U.S. federal government activities in support of bilateral and multilateral cooperation on energy technology and policy, with examples of some of the more visible and/or successful mechanisms and specific programs of different types; (2) a brief summary of the findings of other recent studies of this subject; and (3) personal recommendations about upgrading the international-cooperation dimension of U.S. government energy policy to better reflect the leverage of this set of activities in addressing the energy challenges and opportunities that confront this country.

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