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Sneak Peak: Oil Markets in the Next Issue of Foreign Affairs

by Michael Levi
May 4, 2011

Bob McNally and I have an essay on oil markets in the July/August issue of Foreign Affairs. We argue that big oil price swings are here to stay for awhile, outline the consequences for economics and geopolitics, and describe some ways that the United States can cope with the situation. The issue won’t hit the newsstands until June, but I sat down with FA editor Gideon Rose to talk a bit about what’s in the article. Take a look:

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  • Posted by Farah Hage Ai

    Mr. Levi mentioned that gas cannot solve the price problem due to several complications like the cost of transformation from oil into gas, but what if the industrial sector starts to produce vehicles and machines that can use gas instead of oil, can this approach help in stabilizing the prices of fuel oil?

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