standard Gen. James Jones

In Part I, General Jones and Jacki discuss a view of the world as comprised of “energy haves” and “energy have-nots,” energy scarcity as a weapon of war, and what it means for the U.S. to take leadership as the top energy producer.

 

 

In Part II, General Jones and Jacki discuss the strategic benefits of the Keystone Pipeline, and efforts by foreign energy producers to fund activism against  U.S. and European energy production.  Finally, the General answers the question:  ISIS in Iraq; What’s energy got to do with it?