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Relentless Innovation

Producers are pioneering new ways to dramatically increase shale well outputs by “super-sizing” the scope of operations.

A Fight over History
Exporting Oil

A new EIA report paints a generally favorable picture of lifting the export ban and opening up U.S. crude to the global market.

the migrant crisis

Europe’s immigration crisis shares similar features to the euro crisis. What other land mines are out there?

Sino-Russian Relations

Trade between China and Russia is down 29 percent this year. It’s the latest piece of bad news for the Russian economy.

crime wave

If the latest crime boomlet turns into a boom, the criminal justice reform consensus could evaporate in a heartbeat—no matter what the source of the boom may be.

How Music Gets Made
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Opera's Farm Leagues
The Castleton Festival has some of the nation's top cultural, intellectual, and political leaders behind it. Whether it succeeded or failed would be an important indicator of the health of the arts in the 21st century.
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Objective and Subjective History
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