'Empirically rich and conceptually rigorous, this collection of essays is a tour de force.'
Michael Watts, University of California, Berkeley
'This book will quickly become required reading for both scholars and practitioners interested in untangling these complex threads in order to promote peace, democracy, and development in the Niger Delta, and in similar resource-driven conflicts as well.'
Darren Kew, Associate Professor, Conflict Resolution Program, University of Massachusetts
'An invaluable resource for understanding the complex and interrelated dynamics of violence, exploitation, resistance and social change in the region.'