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The Oil Shield

Christopher Dickey
Foreign Policy
No. 154 (May - Jun., 2006), pp. 37-39
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25462033
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Abstract

Iran is commanding the world's attention as the ayatollahs accelerate their race for the bomb. But the timetable for talks-or a nuclear crisis-is not being shaped by centrifuges, uranium, or reactors. It's about the security only a barrel of oil can provide.

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