The Geopolitics of Oil and Gas

Published on 09.16.2015
High School
Economic and social sciences

15 min read

Seen from the Pacific Ocean, the world map shows the 21st century's two superpowers: the Unites States and China.

The world order is changing as factors such as China's rise, the U.S. revolution and the growing importance of climate change in international relations rewrite the geopolitics of energy and shift the global balance of . This is just the latest twist in an already long saga in which energy issues intertwine with politics and war.


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