This book is the first to bring together comparative perspectives on the strategies of state and non-state actors involved in the exploitation of Sub-Saharan energy resources; the potential and pitfalls of new forms of cooperation on energy southwards of the Sahara and the domestic opportunities and challenges of the present energy resource boom. It also advances a materialist approach applicable in geographical and political-scientific research, showing that much insight can be gained by concentrating on the material environment that shapes economic and political phenomena.
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|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781317187233 (EPUB)|
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