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Capping the Price of Russia’s Oil Is a Risky Balancing Act

MarketsHeard on the StreetA low ceiling on the price of Russian oil could encourage the Kremlin to disrupt energy markets further Source link

Russia Says Strikes on Ukraine’s Infrastructure Aimed at Slowing Delivery of Foreign Arms

By Ian Lovett and Yuliya ChernovaUpdated Dec. 1, 2022 10:25 am ETListen to article(2 minutes)Russia’s foreign minister said that waves of...

Biden, Macron Discuss Ukraine War, China in White House Meeting

The meeting is aimed in part at reaffirming the U.S.-France alliance, which took a hit last year and faces tensions over U.S. clean-energy subsidies. Source...

Iran’s President Visits Kurdish Province Amid Growing Unrest

WorldMiddle EastPresident Ebrahim Raisi promised action on infrastructure projects in an area where Tehran has carried out its harshest crackdown on antigovernment protests Source...

China’s Covid Protesters Grapple With How—And How Far—to Push

Many young people in Xi Jinping’s China, chafing against strictures, struggle to find a way forward Source link

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