READING INCLUDED Please submit an analysis of a news piece that deals with an as

READING INCLUDED
Please submit an analysis of a news piece that deals with an aspect related to this week’s theme. You may choose an article from any news outlet you want, such as NY Times
(to which OSU grants you free access), CNN
(Links to an external site.)
, FOX
(Links to an external site.)
, BBC
(Links to an external site.)
, The Guardian
(Links to an external site.)
, Al Jazeera
(Links to an external site.)
, Al Arabiya
(Links to an external site.)
, etc. but not from an online encyclopedia/dictionary. Think about how this news piece complements or challenges the weekly reading/viewing material.
Your 200-word analysis should:
relate to the week’s topic
be based on an article that was published in the last ten years
address the main issue discussed by the article
refer to at least one weekly reading/viewing material.
ALSO NEED 75 or more words to this answer ….(Like how can I understand this)
An interesting article from the recent news highlights a challenge facing Iran, access to natural resources and the effects of outside influences. The battle is overtly between Iran, Kuwait, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia over natural gas reserves. The natural gas reserve is located within all three countries’ disputed maritime boundaries. Moreover, like the 1954 oil issue involving the Anglo-Iranian Oil company “(now known as BP)” (Al Jazeera), the natural gas reserves are a byproduct of an agreement involving BP.
The subtle battle continues Iran’s efforts to eliminate foreign influence from Iranian Oil seen in the 1950s. As mentioned by Ira Lapidus, “The dispute with the oil companies was settled in 1954 by the formation of the National Iranian Oil company and a consortium of foreign oil companies including the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company (renamed British Petroleum) . . . “(Lapidus, p551). Oddly enough, BP is still involved and Sunni (Kuwait) and Wahhabi (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) Islamic countries.
Iran continues their efforts to manage an international commodity, instability on its borders, and a history of imbalance within its government. Other Arab countries also face the challenge as they strive for a national identity, international autonomy, and internal stability.

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