The world hasn't been so dangerous for some time—is it wise to be breaking up a stable Union?
George Galloway and Alan Greenspan agree: the war in Iraq was all about oil. But perhaps they were wrong.
In last weekend’s Iraqi oil field auction, US companies were almost utterly iced-out, despite their government’s 100,000 boots on the ground. Russian, Chinese, Dutch, Angolan, and Malaysian oil companies all won rights to exploit the massive Iraqi oil fields, and none of those countries had to go to the trouble to invade. If America, in conquering Iraq had…
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