The Absent Superpower

Author: Peter Zeihan
ISBN: 9780998505206
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Zeihan takes the story a step further in The Absent Superpower, mapping out the threats and opportunities as the world descends into Disorder.

The Accidental Superpower

Author: Peter Zeihan
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1455583677
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The one exception to the rule will be energy supplies sourced from shale in North
America. The mix of local political stability, local supply, and local demand will
prove the magic mix to uncouple North American oil prices from global pricing
patterns, much in the way that the early years of the shale revolution did the same
for natural gas prices. Everywhere, American power will be overwhelming by its
absence. For countries like China, which are dependent upon exports to the ...

Fueling Freedom

Author: Stephen Moore
Publisher: Regnery Publishing
ISBN: 1621574385
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American Energy Revolution s recently as the 1970s and early 1980s, major oil
and gas companies and large independents dominated the domestic energy
landscape. ... as they are called, subsequently abandoned the domestic basins in
search of larger finds internationally.1 In their absence, individual oilmen in small
and midsized U.S. companies launched an energy revolution that has changed
the world in ...

Ecology And Revolution

Author: C. Boggs
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137282266
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Global Crisis and the Political Challenge C. Boggs. pursue superpower
objectives. Without abundant and relatively cheap natural resources, industrial
growth everywhere would enter a rapid downward spiral. During the modern era
the worldhas benefitedfrom vast seas of oil relatively easy tolocate ... ,American
oil fieldswill be largely depleted, accelerating a desperate search forenergy
sources abroad just whenglobal suppliesareshrinking and worldwide demand is

Toward Well Oiled Relations

Author: Niv Horesh
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137539798
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Moreover, upholding their “non-intervention” policy, the Chinese are perceived
as trying to avoid becoming actively involved in Middle Eastern affairs not only in
the region but also in the UN and the Security Council votes, where they initially
tended to abstain or even to be absent. Regarded as a declining superpower, the
US has criticized Beijing's behavior of supporting “rogue” regimes that abuse
human rights, oppose democracy, and nurture terrorism and expect Beijing to
become ...

Bulletin Of The Atomic Scientists

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PUBLIC REACTION As the first quarter of century of the atomic age draws to its
end, there is increasing consciousness of the predicament into which the
scientific revolution is bringing mankind. Naive pride in the ...... There is a
growing nationalism, which, in the absence of continuous contact with the history
and reality of nuclear world politics since the war, may find an outlet in the simple
outcry of "let's go ahead and have a bomb or two," without really meaning it.
Basically, Japan is ...

Industrial Mining Standard

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The preheaters are placed at such a height that the oil within them will fall into
this pump without the vacuum being broken, thus ensuring that at no time the
pump can pass air into the reaction vessels. ... gives greater output for a given
sized unit, with greater opportunities of heat economy; (5) the catalyst is
reactivated practically without loss — the reactivation restores 100 per cent,
efficiency; (6) owing to the absence of catalyst supports, such as Kieselguhr, and
to the fact that metallic ...