Table of contents for Geopolitics of resource wars : resource dependence, governance and violence / editor Philippe Le Billon.


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The Geopolitical Economy of 'Resource Wars' 	Philippe Le Billon 	000
Natural Resources and Civil Strife: A Two-Stage Process 	Richard M. Auty 	000
Resource Curse? Governmentality, Oil and Power in the Niger Delta, Nigeria
Michael Watts	000
Oil and the Political Economy of Conflict in Colombia and Beyond: A Linkages Approach 
Thad Dunning and Leslie Wirpsa	000
From Free Oil to 'Freedom Oil': Terrorism, War and US Geopolitics in the Persian Gulf 
Philippe Le Billon and Fouad El Khatib	000
Great Game or Grubby Game? The Struggle for Control of the Caspian
Sarah L. O'Hara	000
Resources and Conflict in the Caspian Sea 	Shannon O'Lear	000
Traditional Response Strategies to Exacerbating Energy Vulnerabilities: The Provocation of 'Resource Wars' as a New Threat to Global Security 	Susanne Peters	000
The Geopolitics of Conflict and Diamonds in Sierra Leone 	Marilyn Silberfein	000
Identity, Space and the Political Economy of Conflict in Central Africa	Kevin C. Dunn	000
Abstracts		000
Notes on contributors		000
Index		000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Petroleum industry and trade Military aspects History, Petroleum industry and trade Political aspects History, Energy policy, International economic relations, Geopolitics