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Oil from a Doctor’s Perspective

I have not analyzed the reasons for the drop in the oil price from $70 to $ 35 in six months, in spite of the geopolitical factors. with the massive attack on the Saudi oil installations, the killing of Qasimi Sulaimani, and the noise of war drums between Iran and the U.S. In my opinion […]

Low Oil Prices: A Threat to US Strategic Vision

When it comes to Great Powers and oil, for some reason the first case that comes to my mind is that of Great Britain. Perhaps for the following reasons: It had none of its own but nevertheless established a strategy for the control over foreign oil in the Eastern Hemisphere where it had successfully exercised […]

A New Global Compact Coming for Oil

It was in WWII when Secretary Harold Ickes tried to give the international oil industry a framework of stability with a strategic vision. For that purpose, he sought an understanding with the British government which then had a decisive role in the production and pricing policy of the Anglo-Persian Oil Company. Finally, the text and […]

A delicate balancing point now for the superpowers

The elections in the United States are important for the year 2020 onwards in international terms, principally to NATO, Europe, Russia, China, the Middle East, Latin America, and South East Asia. Of these, the Middle East is in the forefront, and in particular Iran, Syria, and Iraq. Only a short time ago expectations were for […]

The Rules of Engagement have now changed

“No to war” is the message that seems to be on the minds of most people concerned with the relationship between the USA and Iran. Most importantly, in both countries the real policymakers new exactly the extension, duration and limits of the highly explosive episode that gave the impression to having brought the whole Middle […]