New configuration or reconfiguration? conflict in north–south energy trade relations
Williams, Paul A.
Thompson, W. R.
Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
65 - 87
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North and south in the world political economy
KeywordsConflict in energy trade relations
Cyclical patterns and secular trends in North-South energy trade conflict
Energy-related trade conflict - lending itself to realist analysis in important respects
Market influences on types of North-South energy trade conflict
North-South energy relations
OPEC products consumption
Sociopolitical economy of energy "trade cycle"
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781444302936.ch4
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