Journal Article - Quarterly Journal: International Security

Is There an Oil Weapon? Security Implications of Changes in the Structure of the International Oil Market

    Authors:
  • Llewelyn Hughes
  • Austin Long
| Winter 2014/15

Summary

States have long worried that their dependence on oil gives producers a means of coercion. The oil market, however, is far larger and more integrated than it used to be. The potential for coercion differs across a series of distinct market segments. In this varied market, the United States remains the dominant force.

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For Academic Citation: Hughes, Llewelyn, and Long, Austin. Is There an Oil Weapon? Security Implications of Changes in the Structure of the International Oil Market.” Quarterly Journal: International Security, vol. 39. no. 3. (Winter 2014/15):
152-189
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