Tensiunile si reasezarile de pe scena mondiala ca factori ce influenteaza criza mondiala
Besides other factors, the tensions and the repositioning on the global arena (“the Great Chessboard” as the American analyst Zbigniew Brzezinski called it) have a significant contribution for the start and development of the global economic crisis. This paper proves how the battle for the strategic energetic resources, mainly oil and natural gas, have deepened the global disequilibrium in what regards credit, commodity pricing and North-South divide. The analysis takes into consideration a framework in which the most important actors on the international level are changing but the resources and distribution are quite the same.
Volume (Year): 12 (2009)
Issue (Month): 31 ((1))
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