The New Great Game: Blood and Oil in Central Asia

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Atlantic Monthly Press, 2003 - Business & Economics - 287 pages
Discusses the history and current status of efforts to control the vast untapped oil and gas reserves in the Caspian Sea region of Central Asia, detailing competition among the U.S., Russia, and China for dominance in the area, the role of transnational energy corporations, and the impact of political and economic uncertaining.

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In my opinion, TNGG provides a good introduction to the geopolitics and recent history of the area. Each of the main countries in central Asia is covered in a single chapter, a structure that I found ... Read full review

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"The information is somewhat dated now, but the book is well written and informative. And in case you thought Afghanistan was about terrorism and Iraq about WMD.... think oil." Read full review

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