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China’s threat of mineral export bans: Implications for U.S. supply chains and strategic responses

In the past year, China has implemented export controls on critical minerals such as gallium, germanium and graphite, which are essential for manufacturing key technologies...

U.S. faces critical mineral supply challenges: Urgent policy reforms required for energy security

The global shift towards electrified economies is redefining energy security, as the demand for essential metals like lithium, graphite, copper and rare earth minerals...

U.S. and Kazakhstan strengthen energy partnership at 2024 Strategic Dialogue in Astana

On July 18, 2024, the U.S. Department of State and the Department of Energy, in partnership with Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry...

Ukraine’s strategic importance in global critical raw material supply chains amid geopolitical dynamics

Ukraine's role in global supply chains for critical raw materials is increasingly pivotal amidst ongoing geopolitical challenges. These include the Russian invasion of Ukraine,...

Unlocking Greenland’s strategic mineral potential for transatlantic energy security

In the global race for green resources, the United States and the European Union have an opportunity to collaborate on Greenland's substantial mineral wealth....

IperionX and Aperam Recycling to upcycle titanium scrap into high-performance products

IperionX has signed an agreement with Aperam Recycling to upcycle up to 12 tonnes of titanium scrap, primarily from the consumer electronics sector, into...

Overcoming the copper supply challenge: Implications for U.S. renewable energy goals

A recent University of Michigan study sheds light on a concerning gap in copper production essential for meeting renewable energy targets in the United...

Serbia’s lithium wealth: Navigating global power struggles amid US-China trade tensions

The intensifying trade conflict between the United States and China over lithium resources, critical for the burgeoning electric vehicle industry worldwide, has thrust Serbia...

Exploring complexity: Mining proposals in the Bitterroot National Forest, United States

The potential mining operation in the Bitterroot National Forest presents a complex intersection of economic, technological, environmental, and geopolitical factors. On one hand, the...
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