Analysts See U.S. Goals and Global Oil Needs in Conflict The growing worldwide competition for oil could soon get in the way of President Bush's goal of promoting democracy abroad: Some of the biggest oil suppliers have governments that fall far short of democratic standards.
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Analysts See U.S. Goals and Global Oil Needs in Conflict

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Analysts See U.S. Goals and Global Oil Needs in Conflict

Analysts See U.S. Goals and Global Oil Needs in Conflict

Analysts See U.S. Goals and Global Oil Needs in Conflict

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The growing worldwide competition for oil could soon get in the way of President Bush's goal of promoting democracy abroad: Some of the biggest oil suppliers have governments that fall far short of democratic standards.