Nash Lee, entrepreneur of an online global network, is thrust into the tumultuous politics of the powerful Saudi kingdom when he uncovers information about a deadly plot to spark dissension among the Arab nation-states. As the Arab Spring revolts push the entire planet to the brink of war, news of the emergence of the Twelfth Imam changes everything. Plunge into the heart of the oil conflicts that pit nation against nation in the Middle East - and threaten to alter the balance of power forever.
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It’s the most dangerous of chess moves and a race against the clock. Iran sprints to the nuclear finish line. Israeli attack fighters head toward the border of Iran. As leaders struggle to confront the threat, the world holds its breath. Will principalities and powers and the “salt of the earth” - great and small - be able to intervene before events spin out of control?
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Three signal flares went up for the American coal industry recently, all illuminating an inescapable conclusion: Despite President Donald Trump’s campaign promise, coal-fired power is in trouble and in all likelihood won’t be reasserting itself in the United States. Nor should it.
"Coal’s Continuing Decline" is from the February 20, 2018 Opinion section of The New York Times. It was written by Jeff Nesbit and narrated by Kristi Burns.
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