A Statist Interpretation of American Oil Policy toward the Middle East
Stephen D. Krasner reviews American oil policy toward the Middle East from World War II to the oil crisis. He argues that that policy can only be understood if a theoretical perspective is used that conceives the state as an autonomous actor rather than as a reflector of underlying economic forces or interest group pressures.
Trade Conflicts and the Common Defense: The United States and Japan, Stephen D. Krasner
Myth, Oil, and Politics: Introduction to the Political Economy of Petroleum, Charles F. Doran Reviewed by Stephen D. Krasner
U. S. Power and the Multinational Corporation: The Political Economy of Foreign Direct Investment, Robert Gilpin Reviewed by Stephen D. Krasner
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