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There were two fine ideas in the competition this week. One on China's growing natural resource empire won the vote. Check back here for the finished story soon.
Here's the article that we published on China's quest for natural resources:
In 2010, China—world's largest energy user—has invested $25 billion acquiring foreign oil, including fields in Canada and Texas. What does this mean for energy security? Do Western majors still dominate? And will China play fair with all this oil, or favor its domestic market?
|Roger Choate suggests:||
It looks like the US might be headed toward gridlock domestic politics again. How does this impact on American relationships with the rest of the world?