Carbon Democracy: Political Power in the Age of Oil

@inproceedings{Mitchell2011CarbonDP,
  title={Carbon Democracy: Political Power in the Age of Oil},
  author={Timothy Mitchell},
  year={2011}
}
Oil is a curse, it is often said, that condemns the countries producing it to an existence defined by war, corruption and enormous inequality. Carbon Democracy tells a more complex story, arguing that no nation escapes the political consequences of our collective dependence on oil. It shapes the body politic both in regions such as the Middle East, which rely upon revenues from oil production, and in the places that have the greatest demand for energy. Timothy Mitchell begins with the history… Expand
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