The Race for What's Left
Michael Klare looks at what countries around the world are doing to secure dwindling resources such as coal, uranium, copper, water, and arable land. He responded to questions at this Public Affairs Program at the Carnegie Council in New York City.
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Michael T. Klare Director Five College Program in Peace and World Security Studies
Joanne Meyers Director Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs->Public Affairs Programs
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