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Editor's Letter

Don't Get Overheated on Prospects of a New Cold War

Pat Davis Szymczak

_editor_PAT_400x550px.jpgIf you aspire to be a great writer and you have a great editor, you both know to keep clichΠout of your narratives. So please, hit the "delete" key when those voices in your head urge you to type the phrase "New Cold War" in...

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Lukoil and China National Petroleum strike a deal for oil and gas production

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Nord Stream re-routes Pipeline north of Bornholm

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Russian Min Lists 97 Resources Fields for Prelim Exploration

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Lukoil Admits Cutting Supplies to Germany

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Total to Receive 25% of Shtokman Gas

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Gazprom Pushes Exxon on Gas Sales

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Enhanced Recovery

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Well Drilling

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