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New Energy, New Geopolitics

Background Report 2: Geopolitical and National Security Impacts

By Sarah O. Ladislaw, Maren Leed, Molly A. Walton

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The second background report in the New Energy, New Geopolitics series, this report evaluates the geopolitical and national security impacts of the dramatic increase in the production of shale gas and light tight oil in the United States. It examines how the unconventional energy trend has already impacted U.S. national security and geopolitics and then posits several possible energy futures that could emerge from the unconventional revolution. This report pairs with the original "New Energy, New Geopolitics" report and two other background reports, all available from Rowman & Littlefield: New Energy, New Geopolitics: Balancing Stability and Leverage New Energy, New Geopolitics: Background Report 1: Energy Impacts New Energy, New Geopolitics: Background Report 3: Scenarios, Strategies, and Pathways

Product code: 9781442228511

ISBN 9781442228511
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H278xW216xS5
Series CSIS Reports
No. Of Pages 72
Publisher Centre for Strategic & International Studies,U.S.
The second background report in the New Energy, New Geopolitics series, this report evaluates the geopolitical and national security impacts of the dramatic increase in the production of shale gas and light tight oil in the United States.