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Petro-aggression : when oil causes war
Ryan Opsal Dr. Premium Content. What would compel Venezuela into conflict with another state at this point? By Ryan Opsal for Oilprice.
The Ultimate Resource For Energy Professionals Do you want an inside look at what's really happening in energy markets? Much of Venezuela's claim to Guyana's territory is based on her borders at the time of independence from Spain under the legal doctrine of uti possidetis juris.
People need to educate them selves about the current situation. The USA install dummy government into Guyana to destroy the country and force it into bankruptcy. Guyana is a basin collecting OIL from Venezuela since the lands of Guyana is much much lower than neighboring countries around it.
Venezuela was Guyana biggest trade partners under the PPP government which they removed.
Guyana economy is already sliding under the Ocean by the puppet government installed by the USA. After economy collapsed, they will take OIL from Guyana for almost free For those people ignoring the fact of History, the venezuelan claim over the Essequibo Region, which is only half of Guyana, started when Sir Walter Raleigh invaded and pillaged venezuelan towns and cities, looking for gold. Eventually he invaded the Essequibo Region which was part of Venezuela. Since then, Venezuela has claimed this at the International Courts without any luck.
I think the patience of Venezuela is over, and military intervention is the only option. Libya and the Arab Jamahiriyya; 7. Iran; 8. Venezuela and the Bolivarian revolution; 9.
Saudi Arabia; Does oil cause revolution? Conclusion and policy implications. Review Text 'Jeff Colgan significantly expands our understanding of the relationship between oil and war, explaining the domestic politics of oil's role in enabling revolutionary leaders to pursue aggressive foreign policies. Petro-Aggression presents a clear theoretical argument, which it supports with a wealth of qualitative and quantitative data. Colgan has made a major contribution to the study of energy security. Glaser, George Washington University show more.
Review quote 'Jeff Colgan significantly expands our understanding of the relationship between oil and war, explaining the domestic politics of oil's role in enabling revolutionary leaders to pursue aggressive foreign policies. Glaser, George Washington University 'There are hundreds of books on global security and oil. Yet it would be hard to find one as compelling and original as Petro-Aggression, which develops new insights into the foreign policies of countries that are both oil-rich and have revolutionary aims.
Colgan's analysis breaks important new ground in the study of organized violence and natural resources. Kelanic, H-Diplo ' This book, however, features a different angle: countries that produce significant amounts of oil that do not act aggressively to enhance their oil supplies, but instead instigate interstate wars Professional collections. Klinghoffer, Choice "Jeff Colgan significantly expands our understanding of the relationship between oil and war, explaining the domestic politics of oil's role in enabling revolutionary leaders to pursue aggressive foreign policies.
Kelanic, H-Diplo " Klinghoffer, Choice show more. About Jeff D. He has published work in several journals, including International Organization, the Journal of Peace Research, the Review of International Organizations and Energy Policy, and his article on petro-aggression in International Organization won the Robert O. Keohane award for the best article published by an untenured scholar. Rating details. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world's largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. We're featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.