THE UNPREDICTABLE SAUDI
As the fallout from collapsed oil talks in Doha reverberates, Saudi Arabia's Mohammed bin Salman has emerged as the unpredictable new voice of the kingdom's energy policy.
The 30-year-old deputy crown prince and favoured son of King Salman was not even in the Qatari capital, where many of the world's biggest oil producers had gathered in hopes of brokering the first global output deal in 15 years in an effort to arrest a prolonged price slide.
Still, his message echoed through the marble halls of the Sheraton: there would be…
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