September 2, 2014

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Foreign Reports in the Media:

Foreign Policy interviewed Vice President Matthew M. Reed on July 7 (Crunch Time for Egypt’s Energy Mess?) and July 11 (Revenge of the Kurds II).

Reed was quoted by Al Jazeera America on June 18: ISIL’s advance puts Saudi Arabia between Iraq and a hard place.

CNBC quoted President Nat Kern and Foreign Reports on June 3: Iranian oil exports on course to blow past limits. CNBC interviewed Kern about rising Iranian oil sales on April 4.

Reed was quoted on March 10 by the Wall Street JournalGunbattles Erupt as Libyan Forces Try to Seize Oil Tanker from Militias. He was cited again on March 17.

The Associated Press cited Kern and Foreign Reports in a February 27 article: Congress Concerned Iran’s Oil Exports May be Up.

Washington Post  foreign affairs columnist David Ignatius quoted Kern and Foreign Reports in his February 24: “Iranian oil exports rise markedly since interim deal: Report“.

Foreign Policy published “Federalism and Libya’s Oil“ by Reed on February 3. ”No End in Sight for Libya’s Oil Drama,” also by Reed, was published by the Atlantic Council on September 11, 2013.

 

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