With natural resources tied more than ever to national interest, many countries are investing heavily in overseas energy production, developing reliable sources of power and extending their financial and geopolitical influence in the process. Where does this leave those working in these countries, and how can they reclaim some of the power from this phenomenon of energy colonialism?
Editor | JP Casey
Writers | JP Casey, Giles Crosse, Jason Mitchell, Andrew Tunnicliffe, Heidi Vella
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