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Through innovative and expansive research, Oil Revolution analyzes the tensions faced and networks created by anti-colonial oil elites during the age of decolonization following World War II. This new community of elites stretched across Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, Algeria, and Libya. First through their western educations and then in the United Nations, the Arab League, and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, these elites transformed the global oil industry. Their transnational work began in the early 1950s and culminated in the 1973–4 energy crisis and in the 1974 declaration of a New International Economic Order in the United Nations. Christopher R. W. Dietrich examines how these elites brokered and balanced their ambitions via access to oil, the most important natural resource of the modern era.

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'Dietrich’s Oil Revolution is a triumph of research and writing. This is an indispensable book, illuminating the central role petroleum played in the transition from the global Keynesianism of the 1960s to the neoliberalism of the 1980s. A tour-de-force synthesis of intellectual, political, and economic history.'

Greg Grandin - New York University

'In this compelling history, Dietrich takes the international politics of oil as a starting point to not only explore how Third World elites offered revolutionary new claims for economic sovereignty but also to demonstrate the absolute centrality of the global South in the making of the late twentieth century world.'

Mark Philip Bradley - University of Chicago

'A game-changing account of where the ideas that matter to the world economy come from. Dietrich traces the work of the Arab and kindred anticolonial intellectuals who led the successful movement for national sovereignty over natural resources.'

Robert Vitalis - University of Pennsylvania and author of the forthcoming Oilcraft

'As Dietrich shows in this brilliant and essential new account, the oil crisis of 1973–74 culminated in a decades-long anti-colonial campaign, waged by Third World elites for control of economic resources. Dietrich expands our understanding of the politics of oil and achieves new vantage on global change. His achievement is vital reading for students of post-1945 international politics and economics.'

Daniel Sargent - University of California, Berkeley

'An outstanding book on the relationship between sovereignty and international economic justice, highlighting how the search for fairer oil prices changed some of the most fundamental aspects of international affairs.'

O. A. Westad - Harvard University, Massachusetts and author of The Cold War: A World History

'In this beautifully conceived study, Christopher R. W. Dietrich uses the history of sovereign rights over oil to show the power and the profound limits of legal ideas during the era of decolonization and its aftermath. For anti-colonial elites, sovereign rights redressed past wrongs and also democratized global politics, but their vision ultimately foundered under the burden of sovereign debt. Highly recommended.'

Mary L. Dudziak - Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Law, Emory University, Georgia and President of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations

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Pang Yang Huei . “The Four Faces of Bandung: Detainees, Soldiers, Revolutionaries and Statesmen,” Journal of Contemporary Asia 39: 1 (2009): 6386.

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Andrew Johns . “The Johnson Administration, the Shah of Iran, and the Changing Pattern of U.S.-Iranian Relations, 1965–1967: ‘Tired of Being Treated like a Schoolboy,’” Journal of Cold War Studies 9: 2 (Spring 2007): 6494.

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Ervin Laszlo , ed. The Obstacles to the New International Economic Order (New York: Pergamon Press, 1980).

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Douglas Little . “To the Shores of Tripoli: America, Qaddafi, and Libyan Revolution, 1969–1989,” The International History Review 35: 1 (2013): 7099.

Arnulf Becker Lorca . “Sovereignty Beyond the West: The End of Classical International Law,” Journal of the History of International Law 13: 1 (2011): 773.

William Roger Louis . “The British Withdrawal from the Gulf, 1967–71,” Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 31: 1 (2003): 83108.

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Jorge Lozoya , and A. K. Bhattacharya , eds. Asia and the New International Economic Order (New York: Pergamon Press, 1981).

Sylvia Maxfield , and James H. Nolt . “Protectionism and the Internationalization of Capital: U.S. Sponsorship of Import Substitution Industrialization in the Philippines, Turkey and Argentina,” International Studies Quarterly 34: 1 (March 1990): 4981.

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Parker Thomas Moon . “Raw Materials and Imperialism,” Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science in the City of New York 12: 1, International Problems and Relations (July 1926), 180–7.

William Odom . “The Cold War Origins of the U.S. Central Command,” The Journal of Cold War Studies 8: 2 (2006).

Sundhya Pahuja . Decolonising International Law: Development, Economic Growth, and the Politics of Universality (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011).

David S. Painter Oil and World Power,” Diplomatic History 17 (Winter 1993): 159–70.

Jason Parker . “Cold War II: The Eisenhower Administration, the Bandung Conference, and the Reperiodization of the Postwar Era,” Diplomatic History 30: 5 (November 2006): 867–92.

Phuong Pham . Ending “East of Suez”: The British Decision to Withdraw from Malaysia and Singapore, 1964–1968 (Oxford University Press, 2010).

Roland Popp . “Stumbling Decidedly into the Six-Day War,” Middle East Journal 60: 2 (Spring 2006): 281309.

Svetozar Rajak . “No Bargaining Chips, No Spheres of Interest: The Yugoslav Origins of Cold War Non-Alignment,” Journal of Cold War Studies 16: 1 (2014): 146–79.

Tom Robertson . “‘This is the American Earth’: The American Empire, the Cold War, and American Environmentalism,” Diplomatic History 32: 4 (2008), 561–84.

Margot E. Saloman From NIEO to Now and the Unfinishable Story of Economic Justice,” International and Comparative Law Quarterly 62: 1 (January 2013): 3154.

Daniel J. Sargent A Superpower Transformed: The Remaking of American Foreign Relations in the 1970s (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015).

Shohei Sato . Britain and the Formation of the Gulf States: Embers of Empire (Manchester University Press, 2016).

Christoph Schumann . “The Generation of Broad Expectations: Nationalism, Education, and Autobiography in Syria and Lebanon,” Die Welt des Islams 41: 2 (July 2001).

Bernard Semmel . “The Philosophic Radicals and Colonialism,” The Journal of Economic History 21: 4 (1961): 513–25.

Amartya Sen . “Development: Which Way Now?The Economic Journal 93: 372 (December 1983).

Ian Seymour . OPEC: Instrument of Change (London: Macmillan, 1980).

Simon C Smith . “French Imperial Outposts in Post-Imperial India, 1947–54,” European History Review 3: 2 (1996): 187–97.

Lior Sternfeld . “Iran Days in Egypt: Mosaddeq’s Visit to Cairo in 1951,” British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 43: 1 (2016): 120.

Raju G. C. Thomas Energy Politics and Indian Security,” Pacific Affairs 55: 1 (Spring 1982): 2838.

John Toye . “Herbert Frankel: From Colonial Economics to Development Economics,” Oxford Development Studies 37: 2 (2009): 171–82.

Chibuike Uche . “Oil, British Interests, and the Nigerian Civil War,” The Journal of African History 49 (2008): 111–35.

Robert Vitalis . “The Midnight Ride of Kwame Nkrumah and Other Fables of Bandung (Ban-doong),” Humanity 4: 2 (2013).

Helene von Bismarck . British Policy in the Persian Gulf, 1961–1968: Conceptions of Informal Empire (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013).

D. C. Watt The Decision to Withdraw from the Gulf,” Political Quarterly 39: 3 (1968): 310–21.

Odd Arne Westad . The Global Cold War: Third World Interventions and the Making of Our Times (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005).

Nicholas J. White Reconstructing Europe through Rejuvenating Empire: The British, French, and Dutch Experiences Compared,” Past and Present 210 (2011): 211–36.

John H. Williams The Theory of International Trade Reconsidered,” The Economic Journal 39: 154 (1929): 195209.

William Appleman Williams . “The Frontier Thesis and American Foreign Policy,” Pacific Historical Review 24: 4 (1955): 379–95.

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