Foreign Reports is a Washington, D.C.-based consulting firm that distributes original intelligence reports on political developments in the Middle East relevant to oil markets. Oil companies, governments, and financial institutions rely on Foreign Reports for its insight and analysis on key issues facing world energy markets generally and the Middle East specifically. The firm was founded in 1956 and the current President is Nat Kern.
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The Atlantic Council published an article by Matthew M. Reed, titled “No End in Sight for Libya’s Oil Drama,” on September 11, 2013.
Nat Kern participated as a panelist at the Middle East Policy Council’s 70th Capitol Hill Conference on October 17, 2012. The event focused on “Policy Choices for the New Administration,” and Kern’s remarks addressed U.S.-Saudi relations. Video and the transcript are available at MEPC.org.
Washington Post foreign affairs columnist David Ignatius quoted Nat Kern and Foreign Reports bulletins on April 9, 2012 in “The Squeeze on Iran.” Ignatius also quoted Kern in his April 6 column, “Obama’s Signal to Iran.”