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Saturday, 29 May 2004

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» Oil, Terror and market signals from Descriptive Epistemology
John Robb is looking at oil prices in terms of a terrorist tax; essentially, that the price jumps in oil make a nice proxy for analysing the effectiveness of terrorist activities. There's something to this, and insofar as that's true,... [Read More]

» How is the price of oil linked to terrorist attacks ? from Fuel Crisis Blog
How exactly is the price of oil linked to actual terrorist attacks ? John Robb argues in his Global Guerrillas blog that terrorist attacks in the Middle East are causing an: "~$8 per barrel terror premium on oil in place... [Read More]

» The attacks on Sadi Arabia and what they mean from derelict spaces
I am slacking off work and have decided to check out some of the information floating around about oil – specifically, the effects (or non-effects) of attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure, the various down-gradings of oil reserves, peak oil stuff,... [Read More]

» A Window of Opportunity for Global Guerrillas from John Robb's Weblog
Oil hits high of $42.50 a barrel. [Read More]

» 69 boyz from Markus Carlsson
TARGET: THE PRICE OF OIL [Read More]

» On Measuring Current Conflicts... from Project:Lucidity
John Robb from Global Guerrillas discusses the new UN Human Security Report: This UN Human Security Report confirms the decline in conventional warfare (PDF) over the last century. Conventional wars are increasingly rare and markedly less bloody (due to t [Read More]

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