Time To Reduce US Military Presence In Middle East – OpEd

Friday, 17 February 2017
By Jonathan Power*

Reporting on President Donald Trump’s new energy policy which plans for a big increase in domestically produced oil and gas, the Financial Times reported: “Exports of gas have begun, with the first shipments of Liquefied Natural Gas leaving the Sabine Pass facility on the border between Texas and...

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