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"The Changing Geopolitics of Natural Gas: The Case of Algeria"

"The Changing Geopolitics of Natural Gas: The Case of Algeria"

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November 1, 2013

Belfer Center Programs or Projects: The Geopolitics of Energy Project

 

Part of a joint study by the Center for Energy Studies at Rice University's Baker Institute and Harvard University's Kennedy School on the geopolitical implications of natural gas.

Azzedine Layachi, Ph.D. – Professor of International and Middle East Affairs, St. John’s University

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Layachi, Azzedine. "The Changing Geopolitics of Natural Gas: The Case of Algeria." November 1, 2013

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