The Oil and the Glory

Time to write the next book

As many of you know, I have been working on the next book. It is time to start putting pen to paper toward a year-end deadline. Beginning next week, the Oil and the Glory will switch to a new format. I will write a long magazine-style piece once a week, and post the Weekly Wrap ...

As many of you know, I have been working on the next book. It is time to start putting pen to paper toward a year-end deadline. Beginning next week, the Oil and the Glory will switch to a new format. I will write a long magazine-style piece once a week, and post the Weekly Wrap on Fridays. Please feel free to continue to correspond either by email in the box next to my photograph below, in the comment box underneath the posts, by Twitter or Facebook.

As many of you know, I have been working on the next book. It is time to start putting pen to paper toward a year-end deadline. Beginning next week, the Oil and the Glory will switch to a new format. I will write a long magazine-style piece once a week, and post the Weekly Wrap on Fridays. Please feel free to continue to correspond either by email in the box next to my photograph below, in the comment box underneath the posts, by Twitter or Facebook.

<p> Steve LeVine is a contributing editor at Foreign Policy, a Schwartz Fellow at the New America Foundation, and author of The Oil and the Glory. </p>

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