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By James A. Lyons Jr.
The president has shifted alliance from friend to enemy
Topic - Lukoil
French energy company Total SA is hooking up with Russia's largest private oil company to explore and develop a huge Siberian shale oil field, despite Western sanctions and anger over the Kremlin's role in Ukraine's crisis.
More than 50 Lukoil gas stations in New Jersey and Pennsylvania were jacking up prices to more than $8 a gallon Wednesday to protest what they say are unfair pricing practices by Lukoil North America that they say leave them at a competitive disadvantage.
Congressmen Mark Steven Kirk and Ron Klein may not have a lot in common, but they are on the same page, literally, on the urgency to enforce sanctions against Iran.
As the Obama administration is touting the success of its "reset" in relations with Russia, America's former Cold War rival is challenging key U.S. policies.