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Global Transport Scenarios 2050: A Radically Different Transport Sector
By The World Energy Council (WEC) - story
How The Bakken Fields Became Saudi Arabia
By Sthephen Moore - story
US to Export LNG: The Beginning of a New Energy Era
By Michael J. Economides | Energy Tribune - story -
He's finally dead. That's what you get,
Mr. Captain Crazy of the strange brigade.
By The Economist | Obituary - story
Protests in Wall Street, Who's behind?
Daily News/Kevin Hagen
Occupy Wall Street protesters march on Wall Street Monday
By Mark Egan and Michelle Nichols - story
Venezuelan heavy oil: China's persistence is finally paying off (III)
By Tom O'Donnell / The Global Barrel - story
“The city of Iquitos sits on an oil block”
Aerial View of Amazon and Iquitos, Peru
By Paolo Moiola / LaPress - story
New fields may propel Americas to top of oil companies' lists
By Simon Romero / NYT - story
Cristal Montanez Baylor former mis Venezuela makes a difference
Cristal Montanez Baylor with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton at the American Pakistan Foundation's inaugural benefit, New York, 2010. Montanez Baylor is the executive director of Hashoo Foundation USA, which promote economic development in Pakistan.
By Nick S. Ragan / Houston Cronicle - story
WikiLeak's Caracas Cables:Infiltrating DEA, Golf, Halliburton's Ties to PDVSA
By Nikolas Kozloff- story
Colombia's Gold Rush
Colombians looking for gold
By Paula Lopez-Gamundi - story
Libya: An Oil Superpower?
By Stanley Reed and Chris Stephen - story
Rafael Ramírez: Venezuela's oilman control the world's biggest oil reserves
Rafael Ramírez (center), Venezuelan
minister for energy and PDVSA CEO
By Virginia Lopez / The Guardian - story
The Latin American Oil Play
Colombia's oil production
By David Fessler - story
Glimpsing a Democratic Venezuela After Chavez
By Enrique Krauze - story
Colombia: Rumble in the Jungle
FARC operations are on the rise as the guerrilla movement
changes strategy and returns to its insurgent roots.
Jairo Alfonso Lesmes Bulla, alias ‘Javier Calderón' cabecilla de la Comisión Internacional de las Farc, conocido como el embajador de esa organización y heredero de alias ‘Rodrigo Granda'.
By Elisabeth Dickinson story
Norway's Terrorist Defied The Stereotype of a Terrorist
Extremism knows no racial, religious, or ethnic boundaries
By Tara McKelvey story
US / NATO hijacking of the Libyan, Yemeni and Syrian uprisings
By Munir Al-Chalabi - story
Hugo Chavez's Illness
Hugo Chavez, Venezuelan President
By John Daly / OilPrice.com - story - previous stories
What Hugo Chavez's Illness Means for Venezuela's Future
By Francisco Toro / The New Republic - story
Peru: Is Ollanta Humala the great transformer?
By Dan Collyns / BBC- story
Zelaya Returning to Honduras
The Honduran president, Porfirio Lobo, (left) shakes hands with ousted former leader Manuel Zelaya in Colombia over an agreement to allow the latter's return to his homeland.
By Tom Hayden / The Nation - story - previous stories
After Bin Laden's demise, are U.S. Latin American relations at bay again?
A woman walks past a wall painted with graffiti representing
the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and images of then-U.S.
President George W.Bush and Osama bin Laden, on Oct. 9,
2001, in Sao Paulo.
By Robert Valencia / COHA
On Thursday, May 19, President Obama took the bold step of publically proposing a solution to the current Israeli-Palestinian peace deliberations, reverting to the terms of Israel's pre-1967 borders. - story - previous stories
Venezuela: Is Hugo Chavez an idiot?
By William J. Dobson / Washington Post
When I was in Moscow last year, I paid a visit to Boris Nemtsov, one of the leading figures of the Russian opposition. Naturally, I had come to Nemtsov to discuss Russian politics. But the conversation quickly turned to, of all things, Venezuelan economics. Nemtsov has no love for Vladimir Putin and his regime. - story - previous stories
Venezuela: To Have and Have Not
A snapshot of the Venezuelan petroleum industry in May, 2011
Oil slick in Lake Maracaibo
By Gustavo Coronel / PW - story
A Major Step
The Cairo Agreement
By Adam Shatz / LRB - story
Obama's Libyan folly
Humanitarian Interventions are problematic in nature, further still those defined by poor planning rarely succeed
By Richard Falk / Al Jazeera - story
Chávez on Tour — Obama in Negative?
By Carolina Barros / Buenos Aires Herald - story - previous stories
Japan: Status Reports on the Reactors at Fukushima Nuclear Plant:Table
Comparison of nuclear accidents at Three Mile Island,
Chernobyl and Fukushima.
By Kathleen Chu / Bloomberg - story - previous stories
10 Craziest Hugo Chavez Moments
Hugo Chavez with Muammar Qaddafi
By Sebastian Aulich- story - previous stories
A Venezuelan Oasis of Elitism Counts Its Days
By Simon Romero/ NYT - story - previous stories
Soros Gold Bubble at $1,384
as Miners Push Buttons
By Cam Simpson / Bloomberg - story - previous stories
A final goodbye to Superpower America?
By Bernd Debusmann / Reuters - story - previous stories
World Oil Transit Chokepoints
By The U.S. Energy Information Administration - story - previous stories
Why Egypt’s Military Will Not Embrace Democracy
By Ellis Goldberg / Foreign Affairs - story - previous stories