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  • Rare Earth Politics across Time, Space, and Scale

    2019-8-1 · The central question animating Sophia Kalantzakos’ China and the Geopolitics of Rare Earths is this: “Was the rare earth crisis really just a temporary glitch in the international system, without subsequent political and economic repercussions?” (pp. 5–6). Spoiler alert: Her answer is no. Kalantzakos details how and why demand for rare earths has grown, and how and why China came to

    Contemporary Global Rare Earth Politics: Persistent

    2021-4-28 · Rare earth elements are not rare, but they are critical inputs to many kinds of technologies. Based on over a decade of research in different parts of the world, this talk unpacks persistent myths in Anglophone discourse, analyzes long-standing policy challenges in the US, and discusses possible pathways forward for the international community.

    The Politics of Rare Earth Forbes

    2010-10-4 · Lynas Corporation (LYC.AX) plans to start tapping rare earth reserves in western Australia next year. In the U.S., this July, Molycorp (NYSE: MCP)

    The Politics of Rare Earth Metals EE Times

    2021-3-3 · The Politics of Rare Earth Metals By Cabe Atwell 03.03.2021 0 Rare earth metals and their alloys populate many of our everyday devices: rechargeable batteries, cell phones, magnets, fluorescent lighting, and the list goes on. But, as with any rare or sought-after resource, the supply chain is caught up in global politics.

    Rare earths and international politics Institute for

    The 16th International Rare Earth Conference of Metal Events Ltd. has moved from Hong Kong please note the new hotel and location for this event. Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, November 6th to 8th 2019 The special rate of £ 1.200 per person expires on September 18th and increases to []

    The Geopolitics of Rare Earth Elements Stratfor

    2019-4-8 · The rare earth elements are already critical to the U.S. defense sector, but rare earth mining, processing and fabrication capabilities will even more strongly influence geopolitical dynamics in the coming years as the world undergoes its nascent energy transition and transportation evolution.

    Rare Earth Metals Supply Chain Caught Up in Global

    2021-3-5 · The demand for rare earth elements used in smartphones and laptops has exploded within the last 20 years, but the supply chain is caught up in global politics.

    On Rare Earths, China’s World Politics Review

    2021-3-5 · Judging from President Joe Biden’s executive order last week calling for a major 100-day review of U.S. strategic supply chains, including rare earths, in order to spur domestic production,...

    "The Geopolitics of Rare Earth Elements: Emerging

    2017-11-1 · The U.S. has some rare earth resources, but is heavily dependent on access to them from countries as varied as Afghanistan, Bolivia, and China. Losing access to these resources would have significant adverse economic, military, and political implications for the U.S. and its allies if their supply sources are restricted or eliminated.

    Journal of Rare Earths Elsevier

    2021-5-7 · The Journal of Rare Earths covers all research and application of RE rare earths including spectroscopy, luminescence and phosphors, rare earth catalysis, magnetism and magnetic materials, advanced rare earth materials, RE chemistry & hydrometallurgy, RE metallography & pyrometallurgy, RE new materials, RE solid state physics & solid state chemistry, rare earth applications, RE analysis &

    Rare Earth Politics across Time, Space, and Scale

    2019-8-1 · The “salt and oil” chapter offers a number of “strategic parallels” to rare earth politics, in Kalantzakos’ analysis. Both resources ascended to dominant positions in human political and economic development, and both were the subject of substantial trade and economic statecraft. She mines both commodities for some interesting lessons

    China Watch: The Politics of Rare Earth Minerals

    2010-10-3 · The CEO of Medallion is the legendary rare earth explorer and scientist Dr. William Bird. Dr. Bird is the former CEO of Rare Earth Resources and is credited with putting that great company on

    Politics, Markets, and Rare Commodities: Responses to

    Politics, Markets, and Rare Commodities: rare earth industry, China came to dominate the market after the Mountain Pass Mine ceased production in 2002 (Mancheri 2012, 2015).

    The new US plan to rival China's dominance in rare

    2021-4-17 · In 2019, China was responsible for 80% of rare earths imports, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, although exports fell last year in part due to Covid-19. Rare

    Politics, markets, and rare commodities: responses to

    2018-12-5 · Smuggled rare-earth metals, however, could have smoothed out the statistics. Footnote 10 An additional possibility is the existence of a temporal gap between when firms (or states) want to diversify and have the ability to do so. Rare-earth diversification is difficult, and the imposition of export quotas was troubling for business actors.

    China’s Greenland Ambitions Run Into Local Politics,

    2021-4-8 · China’s ambitions for a massive rare-earth mining project in Greenland have run into a maelstrom of local politics in a part of the world the U.S. considers vital to its national security.

    Greenland’s Rare-Earth Election

    2021-5-3 · Greenland’s Rare-Earth Election Robinson Meyer 5/3/2021. And now Tunulliarfik is the site of a mining project that has overturned politics on Greenland.

    Full Text: Situation and Policies of China's Rare Earth

    2012-6-20 · The Information Office of the State Council, or China's cabinet, on Wednesday published the country's first white paper on the rare earth industry.

    Rare Earth Elements: the 21st Century Minerals and

    2016-11-15 · Rare Earth Elements: the 21st Century Minerals and China, again! Posted on November 15th, a 2012 article in The Chinese Journal of International Politics cites Japanese and US news media to demonstrate that Japanese officials and businesses had been aware since mid-August 2010 of Chinese plans to reduce their worldwide rare earths exports.

    Don't Panic about Rare Earth Elements Scientific

    2019-5-31 · The 17 rare earth elements, which cluster near the bottom of the periodic table, play a vital role in several industries: consumer electronics including Apple AirPods and iPhones, green

    The Political Economy of Rare Earth Elements

    The Curious Disjunction of Rare Earth Elements and US Politics: Analyzing the Inability to Develop a Secure REE Supply Chain. Steve Dobransky. Pages 85-105. Afghanistan from Barrier to Bridgehead: The Political Economy of Rare Earth Elements and the New Silk Road. Michael Skinner.

    The new US plan to rival China's dominance in rare

    2021-4-17 · In 2019, China was responsible for 80% of rare earths imports, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, although exports fell last year in part due to Covid-19. Rare

    Politics could upend global trade in rare earth

    2019-4-12 · Rare earth elements include those with atomic numbers 57 to 71, the “lanthanide series” of the periodic table, as well as scandium and yttrium. Their exceptional magnetic and conductive traits make them critical to clean energy technology, such as

    Greenland’s Rare-Earth Election

    2021-5-3 · Greenland’s Rare-Earth Election Robinson Meyer 5/3/2021. And now Tunulliarfik is the site of a mining project that has overturned politics on Greenland.

    A historical geography of rare earth elements: From

    Rare earth elements, and the production of geological knowledge about them, have entangled with contentious politics since their first industrial applications in the late 19th century. The historical geography of rare earth exploration and extraction is defined by a fundamental tension between the military-industrial necessity of these elements

    Greenland's Snap Election Could Shape Rare-Earth

    2021-3-10 · However, rare-earth sites, for all their potential, are often radioactive. That’s a particular concern in Greenland, especially given the damage caused by

    Full Text: Situation and Policies of China's Rare Earth

    2012-6-20 · The Information Office of the State Council, or China's cabinet, on Wednesday published the country's first white paper on the rare earth industry.

    Rare Earth Metals News News, research, prices and

    2020-8-26 · The Politics of Rare Earth Metals March 3, 2021 Rare earth metals and their alloys populate many of our everyday devices: rechargeable batteries,

    Don't Panic about Rare Earth Elements Scientific

    2019-5-31 · The 17 rare earth elements, which cluster near the bottom of the periodic table, play a vital role in several industries: consumer electronics including Apple AirPods and iPhones, green

    Why rare earths are a Five Eyes hot topic Stuff.co.nz

    2021-3-11 · Rare-earth elements are in hot demand for manufacturers of EVs, cellphones and solar panels but with one country responsible a majority of the

    The Political Economy of Rare Earth Elements

    The Curious Disjunction of Rare Earth Elements and US Politics: Analyzing the Inability to Develop a Secure REE Supply Chain. Steve Dobransky. Pages 85-105. Afghanistan from Barrier to Bridgehead: The Political Economy of Rare Earth Elements and the New Silk Road. Michael Skinner.

    U.S. Companies Vie for Funds in Race to Build Rare

    2020-8-14 · After China caused a surge in rare earth prices by constricting supply in 2010, a raft of investors and companies popped up in search of commercially viable ways to build a rare

    Politics could upend global trade in rare earth

    2019-4-12 · Rare earth elements include those with atomic numbers 57 to 71, the “lanthanide series” of the periodic table, as well as scandium and yttrium. Their exceptional magnetic and conductive traits make them critical to clean energy technology, such as

    The new US plan to rival China's dominance in rare

    2021-4-17 · In 2019, China was responsible for 80% of rare earths imports, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, although exports fell last year in part due to Covid-19. Rare

    A historical geography of rare earth elements: From

    Rare earth elements, and the production of geological knowledge about them, have entangled with contentious politics since their first industrial applications in the late 19th century. The historical geography of rare earth exploration and extraction is defined by a fundamental tension between the military-industrial necessity of these elements

    China & Rare Earth Minerals: Biden Administration

    2021-2-25 · Workers transport soil containing rare earth elements for export at a port in Lianyungang, Jiangsu Province, China, in 2010. Is the Biden administration prepared to confront China’s rare-earth

    China's latest trade war card isn't as strong as Beijing

    2019-5-21 · China accounted for 80% of all rare earth minerals imported by the US between 2014 and 2017, according to the United States Geological Survey, and

    Rare Earth Metals News News, research, prices and

    2020-8-26 · The Politics of Rare Earth Metals March 3, 2021 Rare earth metals and their alloys populate many of our everyday devices: rechargeable batteries,

    Rare earths mining takes center stage in Greenland

    2021-3-31 · In many cases, note the authors, this means new rare earth mining projects are dependent on long-term contracts with Chinese firms that purchase the rare earth ores for processing in China.

    Why Rare Earths Matter for American Security The

    2021-2-28 · Rare earth elements are used in a wide range of items: communications equipment, precision-guided weapons, night-vision goggles, and stealth technology, to name a few.