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The New Great Game: Blood and Oil in Central Asia.

by Lutz Kleveman
£8.99   paperback  Atlantic Books (2003)

The New Great Game: Blood and Oil in Central Asia. by Lutz Kleveman The Caspian Sea in Central Asia contains the world's largest untapped oil and gas resources. In the years since the death of the Soviet Union, oil companies and politicians have struggled to control these reserves and pipeline routes, making Central Asia a new battleground in the violent politics of oil. Using a concept immortalised by Kipling in is novel 'Kim', Lutz Kleveman argues that a new 'Great Game' now rages in the region, in which the United States - desperate to wean itself from dependence on the powerful Opec cartel - is pitted against Russia, China, Pakistan and Iran. Based on extensive research and travel, 'The New Great Game' is a gripping narrative and an incisive analysis of a region in which there are few rules and where the rewards for victory are nothing less than power and prosperity in the new century.

ISBN 13: 9781843541219 | ISBN 10: 1843541211

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