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Bolti ár: 6780 Ft (Az MNB aktuális árfolyamai szerint)
Internetes ár: 6102 Ft (10% kedvezmény)
Kiadó: Oxford University Press
Kategóriák: Szociológia, Politika, Közgazdaságtan, Jog
Powerful explanations of how our everyday shopping puts money into the pockets of many of the most merciless men on earth
Discovers how today's natural resource trade runs on the same rule that once made the slave trade, colonialism, apartheid and genocide legal
Describes the way the West can lead the world the next step forward in history through a peaceful resource revolution
Natural resources like oil and minerals are the largest source of unaccountable power in the world. Petrocrats like Putin and the Saudis spend resource money on weapons and oppression; militants in Iraq and in the Congo spend resource money on radicalization and ammunition. Resource-fueled authoritarians and extremists present endless crises to the West - and the source of their resource power is ultimately ordinary consumers, doing their everyday shopping at the gas station and the mall.
In this sweeping new book, one of today's leading political philosophers, Leif Wenar, goes behind the headlines in search of the hidden global rule that thwarts democracy and development - and that puts shoppers into business with some of today's most dangerous men. Wenar discovers a rule that once licensed the slave trade and apartheid and genocide, a rule whose abolition has marked some of humanity's greatest triumphs-yet a rule that still enflames tyranny and war and terrorism through today's multi-trillion dollar resource trade.
Blood Oil shows how the West can now lead a peaceful revolution by ending its dependence on authoritarian oil, and by getting consumers out of business with the men of blood. The book describes practical strategies for upgrading world trade: for choosing new rules that will make us more secure at home, more trusted abroad, and better able to solve pressing global problems like climate change. Blood Oil shows citizens, consumers and leaders how we can act together today to create a more united human future.
Table of Contents
Need to Know Basis: The Facts about Resources, the Oil Companies and the Oil Countries
Summary of the Book
Part I. Them v. Them
Chapter 1. Addicted to Money
Chapter 2. Power-What Big Men Want
Chapter 3. Coercion, Corruption
Chapter 4. Then Maybe Blood
Part II. Them v. Us v. Us
Chapter 5. Might Makes Right
Chapter 6. Curses on Us: Petrocrats, Terrorists and Conflict
Chapter 7. How Might Makes Right
Chapter 8. Gripping Dirty Hands
Part III. The People's Rights
Chapter 9. Counter-Power
Chapter 10. The Determination of Peoples
Chapter 11. Popular Resource Sovereignty
Chapter 12. The State of the Law
Chapter 13. Popular Philosophy
Chapter 14. Our Corruption: Why Leaders Must Lie
Part IV. Clean Trade Policy
Chapter 15. Principles for Action
Chapter 16. Clean Trade Policy I - Protecting Property Rights
Chapter 17. Clean Trade Policy II - Empowering the People
Part V. All United
Chapter 18. The Future Together
Epilogue. The Ideal of Unity
Leif Wenar holds the Chair of Philosophy and Law at King's College London. He earned his degrees in Philosophy from Stanford and from Harvard, where he worked with John Rawls and with Robert Nozick. He has been a Visiting Professor at Princeton and at Stanford, and has been a Fellow of the Carnegie Council Program in Justice and the World Economy.