Gasoline prices have fluctuated dramatically in recent months, due in large part to political and economic events around the globe, such as the conflict in Libya and economic sanctions against Iran. This interplay of domestic gasoline prices and international events calls into question the relationship of the gas prices consumers face and America’s national security.
OurEnergyPolicy.org is hosting an expert panel discussion to answer these questions today, Thursday, June 14th. Find more information about our event here.
How have national security and gasoline prices impacted each other historically? How might they in the future? Is the interaction of gas prices and security an issue that deserves Congressional attention? If so, what might Congress do?