Managing oil dependency

The timing may be right.As US midterm election results indicate a turnover in congressional power and the electorate’s calls for “change” are still rattling the political parties, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is issuing this month a report urging that energy issues henceforth be better integrated into other aspects of US foreign policy because oil dependency is compromising national security.The report-“National Security Consequences of US Oil Dependency”-explains “why and how” to accomplish that integration, said CFR Pres. Richard N. Haass as he introduced the independent task force report.The report concentrates on the next 20 years an...

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