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Gain foreign investment, gain U.S. security ties?

Jim Krane

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Gain foreign investment, gain U.S. security ties?.

Reversing a more typical pattern of using existing security ties to attract investors, Guyana and Qatar have demonstrated how two small states can use foreign direct investment by oil and gas firms to bolster security ties with the U.S., writes energy fellow Jim Krane in a new article for Resources Policy

The article came out of The Role of Foreign Direct Investment in Resource Rich Regions, a workshop from the Center for Energy Studies. Peer-reviewed papers from the workshop are being published in this special issue of Resources Policy