Pax Petrolica? Rethinking the Oil–Interstate War Linkage

@article{Jang2021PaxPR,
  title={Pax Petrolica? Rethinking the Oil–Interstate War Linkage},
  author={Hye Ryeon Jang and Benjamin Thomas Smith},
  journal={Security Studies},
  year={2021},
  volume={30},
  pages={159 - 181}
}
Abstract In the last decade resource curse scholars have argued widely that oil-rich countries are more likely to initiate armed disputes with their neighbors. In this essay, we argue that the evidence points toward oil peace, not conflict, as a function of both domestic and international factors. We draw on analyses of our own dataset and two from past studies to show that the data is more supportive of petro-peace than of petro-aggression. We also demonstrate that the Iran–Iraq War is… 

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