Iraqi politicians are struggling to spell out new rules for managing and sharing their country’s massive oil reserves – an agreement deemed crucial to Iraq’s economic survival. Different views on what this oil legislation may mean for regional, national, and international interests.
J. Robinson West, chairman of PFC Energy, an energy consulting firm
Antonia Juhasz, analyst, Oil Change International and author of “The Bush Agenda: Invading the World, One Economy at a Time”
Edward Wong, reporter, New York Times based in Baghdad
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