Our 21st Century Energy Wars

Our 21st Century Energy Wars

Global conflicts are increasingly fueled by the desire for oil and natural gas and the funds they generate. Michael T. Klare, professor of international security studies at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts has recently published his latest book, “The Race for What’s Left : The Global Scramble for the World ‘s Last Resources” which conducts an in-depth analysis on the relationship between war and energy.

Fonte: Countercurrents

Date: August 2014

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