This month, the Iraqi parliament is expected to vote on a new oil law.

Assuming that the government doesn’t dissolve amid the chaos, the new law will determine how the country’s highly coveted natural resource will be exploited for decades to come — and who’s likely to reap the profits. It will also influence when U.S. troops leave Iraq, since it’s one of the key benchmarks set by the Bush administration.

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