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Michael T. Klare

Michael T. Klare

Michael T. Klare is the Five College Professor of Peace and World Security Studies at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts. His newest book, "The Race for What's Left: The Global Scramble for the World's Last Resources" (2012).  His other books include: "Rising Powers, Shrinking Planet: The New Geopolitics of Energy" (2009) and "Blood and Oil: The Dangers and Consequences of America's Growing Dependence on Imported Petroleum" (2000). A documentary movie version of his book "Blood and Oil" is available from the Media Education Foundation.


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The Very Dangerous New Cold War in Asia That Nobody Should Want

Washington tightens the noose around China.

Michael T. Klare ·


War World III May Arrive Sooner Than You Think

However speculative it may seem, it should be taken seriously by any of us who dread the very idea of a major future outbreak of war, let alone a catastrophe on the scale of World Wars I and II, or with nuclear weapons on a scale yet to be seen.

Michael T. Klare ·


There's Only One Way to Save the World From Climate Armageddon

If the planet's two "great" powers refuse to cooperate in a meaningful way in tackling the climate threat, we're done for.

Michael T. Klare ·


Is a Cold War With China Still Possible in This Overheating World?

In 2049 China will be a climate disaster zone, not a military superpower.

Michael T. Klare ·



The Post-Petroleum Resource Race and What to Make of It

Lithium, cobalt, and rare earths.

Michael T. Klare ·


Chinese and American Leaders Are Playing a Game of Chicken That Couldn't Be More Dangerous

Could the U.S. and China face an unintended blowup in the western Pacific in the Biden years?

Michael T. Klare ·


We Can't Afford Another Cold War on This Scalding Planet

Biden, climate change, and China.

Michael T. Klare ·

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