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SnapshotsJun 2, 2020 | 14:41 GMT
OPEC+ Moves Toward Early Meeting to Discuss Extending Production Cuts
OPEC+ appears headed for an earlier-than-expected online ministerial meeting on June 4 to discuss how to extend oil production cuts for the rest of the year, given the faster-than-expected recovery in oil prices. During the meeting, members will reportedly consider a Saudi-Russian compromise on a very brief 1-2 month delay in the tapering of current headline cuts from 9.7 million barrels per day (bpd) to 7.7 million bpd. The original limitation of having the deepest production cuts last until only May and June was, in part, based on the intense uncertainty about how much demand destruction would actually occur due to the COVID-19 crisis. But it now appears that the flood in inventories has been less than expected, which has already driven Brent crude prices back into the upper $30s. 
AssessmentsOct 4, 2011 | 14:34 GMT
The Politics Behind Slovakia's EFSF Vote
In a sign of rising political pressures on the leaders of eurozone countries, Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova may have to offer costly concessions to pass the revised eurozone bailout fund.
ReflectionsMar 31, 2011 | 04:14 GMT
What Koussa's Defection Means for Gadhafi, Libya and the West
As the former head of Libyan intelligence and foreign affairs defects to the United Kingdom and eastern rebels continue to lose ground to Gadhafi's troops, the knowledge that the Libyan intervention has always been about regime change is becoming clearer.
AssessmentsFeb 10, 2011 | 13:04 GMT
A Way Forward in Cote d'Ivoire?
An African Union panel might suggest a rerun of the most recent presidential election in Cote d'Ivoire as a peaceful but effective means of solving the country's political crisis.
AssessmentsJun 25, 2007 | 17:36 GMT
Putting Hostages in Harm's Way
Putting a hostage in a position to be killed during any rescue attempt is a tactic used by kidnappers to deter counterterrorism teams, though the Alan Johnston case appears to be the first time kidnappers have actually strapped a suicide vest on a victim -- publicly, at least.
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