After Mugabe’s exit, Equatorial Guinea’s Teodoro Obiang remains unchallenged for the title of the world’s longest ruling dictator.
The fall in the value of oil has far reaching knock-on effects.
Is it possible that Saudi Arabia could one day become a net importer of oil?
Are U.S. energy and foreign policy objectives at odds with the electoral strategies of the presidential candidates?
How has the United States surrendered some of its sovereignty to the oil markets?
Why is now the right time to free the United States from Middle Eastern oil?
Markets are extraordinarily bad at getting political risk right — and the Egypt crisis is no exception.
How might America's Founding Fathers declare U.S. independence from oil?
What lessons should oil-producing states learn from the recent volatility in oil prices?