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Author Yetiv, Steven A., author

Title Challenged hegemony : the United States, China, and Russia in the Persian Gulf / Steve A. Yetiv, Katerina Oskarsson
Published Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, [2018]
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 238 pages)
Contents The United States and the global oil era -- A new security framework -- The United States, economics, and energy -- China's steep ascent in the Persian Gulf -- Global oil and China's economic penetration -- Russia, from Cold War to the modern era -- Russia's trade and energy shift -- How America, China, and Russia have changed -- The rise and not fall of oil security -- The travails of hegemony : a classic problem
Summary This book examines how the rise of U.S. hegemony in the Persian Gulf, and changes in the position of China and Russia over 45 years, have boosted global oil security, even as American hegemony and influence continue to face challenges
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Hegemony -- United States.
Petroleum industry and trade -- Persian Gulf Region.
China -- Foreign relations -- Persian Gulf Region.
Persian Gulf Region -- Foreign relations -- China.
Persian Gulf Region -- Foreign relations -- Russia (Federation)
Persian Gulf Region -- Foreign relations -- United States.
Russia (Federation) -- Foreign relations -- Persian Gulf Region.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Persian Gulf Region.
Form Electronic book
Author Oskarsson, Katerina, 1983- author
LC no. 2017017047
ISBN 1503604268 (electronic book)
9781503604261 (electronic book)
(hardcover ;) (alkaline paper)