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The New Geopolitics of Minerals

Canada and International Resource Trade (Canada and International Relations)
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International trade, Politics/International Relations, Chemical And Mineral Industries (Economic Aspects), Strategic materials, Government policy, Canada, Mineral industries, Mineral lands, Political as
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This book explores the current mood among industrialized states and identifies particular Canadian interests that are and can be affected by developments in the geopolitics of minerals.

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POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY QUARTERLY, Vol. 5, No. 3, JulyThe new geopolitics of minerals An inquiry into the changing international significance of strategic minerals* DAVID G. HAGLUND Department of Political Studies, Centre for International Relations, Queen 's University, Kingston, Canada K7L 3N6 by: A major producer and exporter of some minerals but dependent on imports for crucial supplies of The New Geopolitics of Minerals book, Canada finds itself on several sides of many resource issues.

These careful studies by Canadian academics break some new ground as they look into a number of key issues especially concerning Canadian governmental policies and, to some extent, relations with the United States. Implications of energy transition on increased demand for minerals and the impacts on markets, trade, security, communities, geopolitics, prices, and technology development Dr.

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Natural resources are becoming the new powerful key to defining geopolitics and securing economic and strategic interests. Background Global power shifts in the post Cold-War era have characteristically moved away from traditional military rivalries to economic expansion and prowess.

The paradigm, in part fuelled by technological advances and the ferocious scale of globalization in recent.

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One of the most significant resource-development and industrial-policy issues facing the United States today is the continued decline of domestic production and processing of metallic minerals and the associated dependence on foreign supplies for our needs.

Domestic mining and processing industries have suffered from various economic problems and iBook Edition: 1st Edition. Professor's new book examines crimes related to a country's valuable commodities.

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