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Geopolitics of energy.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

Geopolitics of energy.

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

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Published by U.S. GovernmentPrinting Office in Washington .
Written in English


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SeriesEnergy publication No. 95-1
The Physical Object
Pagination147p.
Number of Pages147
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14067148M

"Per Högselius’s new book is a tour de force, a much-needed overview of the manifold connections between energy and geopolitics, and a major addition to the field. Energy and Geopolitics is written in a lively and accessible prose style with a multitude of cases and examples, which makes it a perfect guide for students as well as the general. Uniquely, the book also shows how the geopolitics of energy is not merely a matter for the great powers and reveals how actors in the world's smaller nations are as active in their quest for power and control. Encouraging students to apply a number of central concepts and theoretical ideas to different energy sources within a multitude of.

Energy and geopolitics have always been closely linked. The twentieth century saw access to energy resources become a major factor in determining the winners of wars, oil producers banding together to create new global alliances, and price swings that spurred or deterred theFile Size: 1MB.   Encouraging students to apply a number of central concepts and theoretical ideas to different energy sources within a multitude of geographical, political and historical contexts, this book will be a vital resource to students and scholars of geopolitics, energy security and international environmental policy and by: 2.

  The Geopolitics of Energy identifies and examines the relevant drivers that are likely to dictate future trends in energy consumption and fuel choices in the context of a shifting geopolitical landscape, taking into account the attendant economic, foreign policy, energy security, and environmental consequences and priorities. Projecting out to. “In less than a decade, the energy world has turned upside down, from scarcity to abundance. Drawing on her practical experience and analytic acuity, Meghan O’Sullivan provides a convincing account of how the new energy world is transforming geopolitics and helping the United States. Windfall is a .


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