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Can the IAEA’s New Nuclear Fuel Bank Prevent a Future Iran Crisis?

A storage facility for low-enriched uranium run by the International Atomic Energy Agency is shedding new light on how another Iran standoff might be averted for future generations.

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Putin's Fading Energy Dreams

Putin’s pipe dreams to cement a flurry of energy deals with Asia and Europe are in disarray.

The Cable

This Map Shows Why Obama’s Green Push May be Too Late

The Obama administration just unveiled its most ambitious steps yet to curb greenhouse gas emissions and leave a green legacy for the Obama White House.

Dispatch

The War for Mexico’s Water

Struggling with aging infrastructure, strapped resources, and poor access, privatization is being pitched as the cure to Mexico's water woes. But will it leave people high and dry?

Report

In Pipeline Attacks, Oil Runs Thicker Than Kurdish Blood

The PKK’s attacks on energy infrastructure in Turkey aren’t just directed at their longtime enemy in Ankara — they're also aimed at Iraqi Kurds they see as sellouts.

Report

Oil Glut Sends Crude Prices Tumbling and Hammers U.S. Producers

Supply is outstripping demand by more than 2 million barrels per day — and that's before Iran starts selling more crude in the wake of the landmark nuclear deal with Washington.

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Amid Decisive Talks With Creditors, Ukraine Tries to Secure Its Economic Future

To bring in investment, Kiev is opening up its state-owned companies to investors as part of a privatization push. But the investment pitch risks falling on deaf ears.

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