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Why is Saudi Arabia suddenly so paranoid?

James L. Gelvin, University of California, Los Angeles In the past, Saudi Arabia depended upon its enormous oil wealth and the United States for its...

Trump, Saudi Arabia and yet another arms deal

Russell E. Lucas, Michigan State University The first stop on Donald Trump’s first trip as U.S. president was to Saudi Arabia. That...

Fracking comes to the Arctic in a new Alaska oil boom

Scott L. Montgomery, University of Washington Arctic lands and waters hold irresistible allure for global oil companies. Despite opposition from environmental groups and...

Are fossil fuel companies telling investors enough about the risks of...

Paul Griffin, University of California, Davis and Amy Myers Jaffe, University of California, Davis Prior to President Donald Trump taking office, there was a push...

Earthquakes triggered by humans pose growing risk

Gillian Foulger, Durham University; Jon Gluyas, Durham University, and Miles Wilson, Durham University People knew we could induce earthquakes before we knew what they were....

Exxon’s Rex Tillerson and the rise of Big Oil in American...

Exxon's Rex Tillerson and the rise of Big Oil in American politics Brian C. Black, Pennsylvania State University “How Big Oil Bought the White House and...

Will Obama’s offshore drilling ban be Trumped?

Patrick Parenteau, Vermont Law School President Obama gave environmental advocates a Christmas present when he announced in late December that he was banning oil and...

What’s at stake in China’s claims to the South China Sea?

Scott L. Montgomery, University of Washington It’s now official: the South China Sea does not belong to China. Official, that is, according to a new ruling...

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Michael L. Millenson, Northwestern University The heart rate monitor built into the new Apple Watch has sparked sharp debate over its risks and benefits, even...