Should We Fear the Bear?

Johnson, Paul
October 2008
Forbes Asia;10/13/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 17, p18
The article presents an insight on the future demand for energy and the effect of rapid industrialization. It relates on the trouble that occurred during the Cold War in Europe through the dominance of Russia, whereby it was this time when that country had became like a large Third World state dependent on one sector of exports which is energy. Moreover, it reflects on the possible event which occurred during the dominance of Russia that will affect the sources of oil and gases.


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