Aaron Friedberg

Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University

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Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University; former Deputy Assistant for National Security Affairs in the Office of the Vice President (2003-2005)

Aaron Friedberg on KCRW

A decade ago, oil prices hovered near $20 a barrel and national
security experts talked about missiles not pipelines. But the war in
Iraq, instability in the Middle East and soaring…

High Oil Prices Shifting Global Wealth and Power

A decade ago, oil prices hovered near $20 a barrel and national security experts talked about missiles not pipelines. But the war in Iraq, instability in the Middle East and soaring…

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A decade ago, oil prices hovered near $20 a barrel and national security experts talked about missiles not pipelines.

High Oil Prices Shifting Global Wealth and Power

A decade ago, oil prices hovered near $20 a barrel and national security experts talked about missiles not pipelines.

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