A Republican majority in the US Senate might be what ultimately frees the controversial pipeline project from its administrative limbo.
Given upcoming US elections, does the Keystone XL still matter?
The Geopoliticalmonitor's Zak Rose examines whether a decision is coming on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline project.
Canadian attitudes towards their geography wax and wane as sure as the tide: sometimes proximity to the world’s foremost economic and military power is a blessing, and other times a curse.
First came the spectacular failure of the Unocal takeover, then the long and agonizing death of the Rio Tinto bid, but you just can’t keep a good Chinese SOE down.