4 edition of Oil and politics found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Henri Madelin ; translated from the French by Margaret Totman.|
|LC Classifications||HD9575.M4 M3413|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 241 p. :|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||74031975|
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The story of oil - how it came to play such a dominant role in the world economy, who controls its extraction, pricing and supply - is essential to an understanding of contemporary world politics.
In this acclaimed book, Francisco Parra draws on his long experience in the oil world, including as the Secretary General of OPEC, to tell by: The politics of oil revolves around its price and the reliability of its suppliers. In turn, many international conflicts in the world today are rooted in these politics.
Not surprisingly: the price of oil is Oil and politics book by a cartel-OPEC-some of whose member governments are deeply hostile to the United States and other major importers of oil/5. This Book is a Gripping Account of the Murky World of the Anglo-American Oil Industry and its Hidden Role in World Politics.
William Engdahl takes the reader through the history of how seven giant oil companies - five American and two British - developed a controlling grip on the world's economy unprecedented in by: Venezuela, Oil And Politics book.
Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The former Venezuelan president and one of the chief arc /5. Access to oil and natural gas, and their prices, are hugely important axes of geo-political strategy and global economic prospects and have been for a century.
This book, written by a Financial Times journalist who has long covered the energy sector, provides readers with the essential information they need for understanding the shifting structure of the global oil and gas.
Oil, Politics and Violence: Nigeria's Military Coup Culture () by Max Siollun. The author names names, and explores how British influence aggravated indigenous rivalries. Oil and World Politics - The real story of today's conflict zones: Iraq, Afghanistan, Venezuela, Ukraine and more - Petroleum is at the root of most conflicts in the world today.
It infiltrates politics and is closely associated with power. This book offers new understanding of what has been happening in world's. Oil politics in the twenty-first century remain fraught with tensions, and this book offers a uniquely accessible guide to understanding this complex but vitally important subject."Francisco Parra's long service in the oil industry and his rare intellectual capabilities make him an authority on this subject.
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In a region of revolution and coups, these particular monarchies have somehow Oil and politics book. In her analysis of political change in the Gulf, Jill Crystal investigates this apparent anomaly by examining the impact of oil on the formation and 5/5(1).
This book is his attempt to set the record straight. Iraq and the Politics of Oil is a fascinating behind-the-scenes account of the role of the US government in the Iraqi oil sector since Vogler describes the prewar oil planning and the important decisions made during hostilities to get Iraqi oil flowing several months ahead of schedule.
University of Notre Dame Professor Darren Dochuk talked about the oil industry’s impact on American religion and politics. He is the author of Anointed. The oil and gas industry is tied into the Russia-Ukraine conflict and the circumstances and Trump associates in the orbit of the impeachment inquiry — a development that Maddow did not foresee when writing Blowout.
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[this] study provides a rich political sociology of the oil curse in West Africa.’ — Nicolas van de Walle, Foreign Affairs ‘This is an intelligent, well-researched, and elegantly written book it is an excellent contribution both to the study of.
Oil is Power. The oil industry has a massive effect on Global Politics and as demand and oil prices have increased, politicians have been taking extreme measures in securing. His book Carbon Democracy, published four years ago and shared with me, as a 40 th birthday present, by the only hedge fund manager I know, advances a brilliant, revisionist argument that places.
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Oil pollution of soils. "This is a masterful book. It provides a balanced and thoughtful overview of the wide variety of issues surrounding the politics of oil while also breaking new ground in research.
The Oil Curse is essential reading for scholars and those engaged in public debates. An important contribution."—Robert Bates, Harvard University. A CENTURY OF WAR: Anglo-American Oil Politics and the New World Order, William Engdahl.
London: Pluto Press, revised (orig. ) The distinguished economist and historian William Engdahl provides must reading with this book. A Century of War once again proves Santayana’s dictum, “Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”.
Oil and World Politics: The real story of today's conflict zones: Iraq, Afghanistan, Venezuela, Ukraine and more Paperback – Sept. 25 by John Foster (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and /5(4). Theological emphases have also tied evangelicalism to oil.
My book shows how oil exploration elicited a highly emotive and spiritual response. The science of petroleum geology took time to develop; as late as the s, oil hunters often relied on their senses and prayer to locate their treasure.
Lyman Stewart hunted oil with his : Thomas Kidd. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm. Contents: Part I: Politics of oil supply --Introduction / Robert Looney --Key issues surrounding the supply of oil / Paul Sullivan --The changing geopolitics of oil / Michael T.
Klare --Politics of oil supply: national oil companies vs. 'Dietrich’s Oil Revolution is a triumph of research and writing. This is an indispensable book, illuminating the central role petroleum played in the transition from the global Keynesianism of the s to the neoliberalism of the s.
A tour-de-force synthesis of intellectual, political, and economic history.' Greg Grandin - New York Cited by: 5. Politics and policy determined how rapidly oil moved onto the market in California and how avidly it was consumed.
3 By shaping both oil supply and demand, politicians, bureaucrats, and judges influenced the price of oil. State, federal, and local governments decided who would benefit from the oil boom and what share of oil production the.
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Roderick talked about his book, [Crude Dreams: A Personal History of Oil and Politics in Alaska], published by Epicenter Press. Its oil production has been flat over the past five years despite the discovery of some of the largest oil reserves in the world off Brazil’s shores, known as the “pre-salt.” It has repeatedly missed production targets over the years and in June announced a steep reduction in its oil output target from million to million.
This work covers the history of one of the world's biggest oil businesses between and Assessing BP's comparative performance, the book focuses on how BP responded politically, economically and culturally to the rise of new competitors.
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The author assesses Iran's encounters with the West in light of major confrontations both in terms of open conflict as well as controversies surrounding treaties.
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I also discussed this issue with a Mr. Laducer at the BIA Regional office and he agrees that the NDIC lacks any regulatory jurisdiction over Indian owned wells and lands on Fort Berthold regardless of any ostensible.
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The Political Ecology of Oil and Gas Activities in the Nigerian Aquatic Ecosystem reviews the current status of the ecosystems and economic implications of oil and gas development in Nigeria, a key oil-producing state.
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Drilling for Oil, Contending for Truth Darren Dochuk’s landmark book, Anointed with Oil: “the wildcat wing served notice that its brand. Iraq and the Politics of Oil An Insider’s Perspective Gary Vogler.
University Press of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas,pages. Book Review published on: Ma Iraq and the Politics of Oil gives an oil insider’s perspective of how the Iraqi oil story played out beginning prior to and culminating in September Gary Vogler details the story of. This book analyses the causes, dynamics and politics underpinning oil-related violence in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria.
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The book has been translated into 12 languages.4/5(19). Incisive, engaging, and meticulously researched, Crude Politicsilluminates an important chapter in U.S. environmental, legal, business, and political history and the history of the American West. More about the book. Introduction: Structuring the Oil Market “Crude Politics”: Table of Contents.In his mind, this coming maelstrom is linked with the burgeoning union between oil politics, grassroots fundamentalism, and the financialization of the national economy.
His book is broken into three sections that systematically analyze the historic roots of these trends, how the current Bush administration has capitalized on them, and how.A war for oil. Most interpretations of the Iraq invasion said it was a war for oil. Muttitt agrees.
But his book, Fuel on the fire: Oil and politics in occupied Iraq, goes well beyond the cliché. The invasion was not so straightforward as to be an annexation of .