It’s time for US policy planners to deal with the China that exists, and not the imaginary one they have long hoped for.
Any rally that deviates from the laws of supply and demand is destined to be short-lived, and oil prices are no exception.
Venezuelans are literally starving as the U.S., China, and Russia jockey for geopolitical position in the troubled South American country.
Diversified LNG imports could be the answer to the European Union’s energy puzzle.
President Donald Trump has turned US energy policy on its head.
New production from Libya is threatening OPEC attempts to support global oil prices.
Supply and demand – not geopolitical factors – will move oil prices through 2017.
Amid economic collapse, the Venezuelan government is now forced to choose between repaying bonds or its oil-for-loans benefactors in China and Russia.
Geopolitical flashpoints are multiplying across several continents, and no one is stepping up to deal with them.
The old international order is falling apart, and a recommitment to deterrence can help stabilize the new one.