Dysfunctional Diplomacy, Oil Economies and Gas Goals, Oxford Analytica


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The war has resulted in multiple foreign policy reverses and a narrowing of attention.
Oil revenues have strengthened in 2022, underpinning economic flows between oil exporters and oil-importing states.
The government is moving forward on a flagship gas development, but a deal is yet to be finalised.
China's regulations for its domestic technology sector address problems that exist worldwide.
Both countries could have far-right parties in government by the end of next year.
The election of Colombia’s first leftist president is historic, but he will probably struggle to meet expectations.
Thirty-five US Senate seats are up for election this year (one state has two), of which 14 are held by Democrats and 21 by Republicans. Eight are considered close contests, as illustrated by our Chart of the Week.
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