The Caspian: Politics, Energy and Security
Routledge, Jul 5, 2004 - Business & Economics - 432 pages
The Caspian redefines a Caspian debate long characterized by one-sided and politically motivated analyses and, at times, fantastic reporting. Bringing together a range of influential voices from academia, the media, the oil industry, civil service, the military and diplomatic corps, this book rewrites the region's recent history.
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