Professor of Political Economy in the Department of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Cambridge. Her current research concentrates on the political economy of energy and the long history of the democratic, economic, and geopolitical disruptions of the twenty-first century. She is a regular panellist on Talking Politics and a columnist for the New Statesman.
War Ecology: A New Paradigm
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The Front lines of the Green War
Vladimir Putin’s bid to annihilate the independence of the largest state on Russia’s western border has produced a moment of convulsion for the whole world. When Russia is the world’s resource superpower, it could never have not done. Prior to 24 February 2022, Russia was the largest exporter of all petroleum products, gas, and wheat, … ContinuedRead the article