Global Warring by Cleo Paskal
Winner of The Mavis Gallant Prize for Non-Fiction in 2010
Global Warring examines current global trends by combining insightful economic and political analysis with the most likely environmental change scenarios. It identifies problem areas that could start conflicts (access to water and resources in Asia), economic trends that are shifting the balance of power (China’s policy of nationalistic capitalism), and geopolitical realignments (the burgeoning strategic partnership between the United States and India).
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