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The Lights Are on at the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, but Nobody Is Home

The committee charged with protecting national security from risky foreign investments is understaffed and besieged by a surge in cases.

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An Auspicious Anniversary for the Marshall Plan

Seventy years after George Marshall’s famous speech built the modern foundation of the transatlantic alliance, Donald Trump seems determined to tear it apart.

The Cable

Trump Wants to Sell Half the U.S. Strategic Oil Reserve For More Cash

The U.S. energy boom means America imports less oil — but is selling emergency stocks a good idea?

The Cable

China Taps Lode of ‘Fire Ice’ in South China Sea

Beijing might have found a long-term solution to its energy problem — and another irritant for an already-tense flashpoint.

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Russia’s Controversial European Gas Project Is Under Fire, Again

Environmental violations thrust Nord Stream 2 and its European partners into an awkward position.

The Cable

Saudi Arabia Now Controls the Largest Oil Refinery in North America

The move is a huge boon to Aramco before a big IPO, experts say.

The Cable

Brexit Could Nuke Britain’s Nuclear Energy Industry

A new parliamentary report warns of an industry meltdown unless things change.

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The New Jersey Chemical Spill That Could Pollute U.S.-Argentine Relations

Argentina wants a fresh start with Washington. But the legal battle over a polluted New Jersey river could spoil those plans.

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