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The U.S. opened the door to nuclear trade with India -- and got nothing.
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The Obama team fights over how to promote nuclear energy without promoting nuclear weapons.
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To navigate the complicated new politics of oil and gas, FP asked the author of The Quest and leading U.S. energy historian to help shape our latest survey -- and guide us through the results.
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