The case for "Local Oil Nationalism".- From peace to conflict (and back).- Bolivia and Sudan: A perfect split.- Indonesia and Malaysia: Islands, ethnicities, oil.- China and Iran: The risk for peripheral producing enclaves.- Angola and Nigeria: Tribal fragmentation in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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Stefano Casertano explores the connections between the presence of energy natural resources and the development of "local nationalism" in the producing regions. In particular, he applies a specific focus on those cases where such nationalism leads to secession attempts. The research is based on eight case studies in Bolivia, Sudan, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Iran, Angola, and Nigeria. (source: Nielsen Book Data)