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Hysteria Over Iran and a New Cold War with Russia: Peak Oil, Petrocurrencies and the Emerging Multi-Polar World
January 15, 2007 No Comment
Hysteria Over Iran and a New Cold War with Russia: Peak Oil, Petrocurrencies and the Emerging Multi-Polar World

By William Clark
The 21st century will likely be defined by three overarching forces: climate change, Peak Oil, and macroeconomics. The twin issues of climate change and Peak Oil are intertwined variables, and each represent extremely …

It’s the Energy and the Economy, Stupid: An open letter to US policymakers
December 28, 2006 No Comment
It’s the Energy and the Economy, Stupid: An open letter to US policymakers

By William Clark
The 21st century will likely be defined by three overarching forces: climate change, Peak Oil, and macroeconomics. The twin issues of climate change and Peak Oil are intertwined variables, and each represent extremely …

Economic Growth with Energy
December 25, 2006 No Comment
Economic Growth with Energy

M. Shahid Alam, Northeastern University, Boston
In a departure from neoclassical economics, this paper will develop an alternative conception of the economy that recognizes energy – together with workers, capital and technology – as a factor …

Petrodollar Warfare: Dollars, Euros and the Upcoming Iranian Oil Bourse
August 8, 2005 No Comment
Petrodollar Warfare: Dollars, Euros and the Upcoming Iranian Oil Bourse

By William Clark
Contemporary warfare has traditionally involved underlying conflicts regarding economics and resources. Today these intertwined conflicts also involve international currencies, and thus increased complexity. Current geopolitical tensions between the United States and Iran extend …