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Foundations of sand

12 June 2014 By Edward Hadas

Political turbulence in the Middle East has helped keep crude prices unusually stable for the past three years. That irony couldn’t last forever, and the weakness of the Iraqi military might mark its end. But if Saudi Arabia and Iran can hold firm, everything else is secondary.

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