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Steve LeVine

Steve LeVine

Steve LeVine, Quartz's Washington correspondent, writes about the intersection of energy, technology and geopolitics, a juncture of some of the most important and quickly developing events and trends on the planet. Most recently, LeVine founded and ran The Oil and the Glory, a blog on energy and geopolitics at Foreign Policy magazine. He is the author of two books: The Oil and the Glory, a history of oil told through the 1990s-2000s oil rush on the Caspian Sea; a profile of Russia through the lives and deaths of six Russians.
Steve LeVine, Quartz's Washington correspondent, writes about the intersection of energy, technology and geopolitics, a juncture of some of the most important and quickly developing events and trends on the planet. Most recently, LeVine founded and ran The Oil and the Glory, a blog on energy and geopolitics at Foreign Policy magazine. He is the author of two books: The Oil and the Glory, a history of oil told through the 1990s-2000s oil rush on the Caspian Sea; a profile of Russia through the lives and deaths of six Russians.
Defense

Obama Taunts Republican Claims About the Islamic State Threat

In speech, Obama says the militants "do not threaten our national existence."

Management

CIA Director Brennan: Paris Attacks Should Bring U.S. and Russia Closer

Ahead of G-20 summit, White House signals willingness to work with Putin in Syria.

Defense

The Military Will Try to Shut Down the Islamic State's Oil Fields

The terror group gets an estimated $40 million a month in oil revenue.

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Defense

Putin Is Violating a Rule That Was Designed to Prevent World War Three

Putin hopes to conclude the post-World War II Pax Americana, the UN-led security architecture under which countries pledge not to forcibly annex one another.

Tech

New Global Navy Challenges U.S. Dominance on the Seas

The BRIC nations—Brazil, Russia, India and China—are increasing their naval presence.

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