Russia took the world by surprise three weeks ago by refusing to limit its oil production in the interest of supporting prices. Saudi Arabia responded by increasing production to record levels, driving down oil prices. This article examines whether the seeds for Russia’s sudden move were planted by the Trump administration’s expansive use of economic sanctions or even Iran's attack on Saudi oilfields . . .
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