Natural Resources and Potential Conflict in the Caspian Sea Region

  • Sergej Mahnovski
  • Published 2003


Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the petroleum-endowed states of Central Asia and South Caucasus have sought, with varying degrees of success, to attract foreign direct investment in their respective energy sectors, with the hope of securing a steady stream of revenues and bolstering their political legitimacy. Hamstrung by their landlocked… (More)


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