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Daniel J. Graeber

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Daniel J. Graeber

Daniel Graeber is a writer and political analyst based in Michigan. His work on matters related to the geopolitical aspects of the global energy sector, as well as Iraq and broader Middle East developments, has been featured extensively with United Press International (UPI) as well as foreign media outlets. His academic contributions include an assessment of the U.S. doctrine of containment. He also teaches media literacy courses at Grand Valley State University.

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Latest articles from Daniel

  • Turf War with Ukraine Means Gazprom May Send More Gas Though Belarus

    Published 30 January 2012 | viewed 5,084 times

    Russian gas monopoly Gazprom announced it could increase the amount of natural gas it would send to its European consumers through the transit system in…

  • Is Deepwater Horizon the New Ecuador?

    Published 29 January 2012 | viewed 15,423 times

    Nearly two years after the worst accidental offshore oil spill in the history of the energy industry, some of the biggest companies in the world…

  • Sudan's Oil War: Deadlines Before Development

    Published 28 January 2012 | viewed 5,850 times

    Since gaining independence in July, Middle East and North African experts have expressed concerns that border conflicts and disputes over the sharing of oil revenue…

  • Obama Calls on Energy Companies to Disclose the Ingredients of Fracking Fluid

    Published 25 January 2012 | viewed 10,615 times

    President Obama during the State of the Union address Tuesday night said his administration would require energy companies working in shale gas plays in his…

  • Peace Pipeline May Finally Have its Day

    Published 24 January 2012 | viewed 6,179 times

    Indian and Pakistani officials this week are debating issues related to a natural gas pipeline planned from Turkmenistan. Pakistan's energy minister left Monday for India…

  • Something's Fishy in Tripoli

    Published 23 January 2012 | viewed 16,825 times

    Way back in early 2011, members of the U.N. Security Council had no problem getting a resolution through that authorized military force in Libya ostensibly…

  • The Cold (War) Reality of European Gas

    Published 22 January 2012 | viewed 7,564 times

    After sparring with Secretary Clinton over a missile defense shield, Russian officials last year claimed their 2008 war with Georgia blocked NATO ambitions to move…

  • Post-Keystone, Canada Takes its Business Elsewhere

    Published 19 January 2012 | viewed 5,323 times

    After Republican lawmakers in the United States lost their political gamble over the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, the Canadian government decided to issue a double…

  • GOP Dance Kills Pet Pipeline Project

    Published 18 January 2012 | viewed 5,586 times

    Republican critics of the U.S. president continued to lob accusations at the White House by saying it wasn't doing enough to promote anything from jobs…

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