Francesco Stipo keynote speaker
President and CEO of the Houston Energy Club
- Geopolitics of Energy
- Global Economy
- Global Governance
- International Affairs
- International Trade
- US-China Relations
Francesco Stipo is an American globalist author and expert on international affairs.
He is the President and CEO of the Houston Energy Club, a public policy group that focuses on oil, gas, and renewable energy.
Dr. Stipo published many articles in US journals and newspapers, such as The Hill, Business Insider, and The Street, and is a regular columnist for Newsmax Media on energy and foreign relations. He has been a commentator on national television, radio and print media and is frequently invited to speak in distinguished venues such as the Organization of American States, the Beijing Energy Club, the East-West Center, and Harvard University.
He has been a member of several think tanks and international affairs organizations, like the Atlantic Council of the United States, the Club of Rome, the National Press Club and the Pacific Council on International Policy.
He is the author of the book “World Federalist Manifesto. Guide to Political Globalization” and in 2012 he was elected as a Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science for his contribution in the field of global governance.
He is a member of the Bretton Woods Committee, the organization that comprises leading economists who support international financial institutions.
Dr. Stipo holds a Ph.D. in International Law, and a Master Degree in Comparative Law from the University of Miami. He fluently speaks English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and French.
His fields of expertise include US-China relations, the G20, energy, and international development. He is regarded as a leading authority on global governance and a renowned expert on geopolitics.
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