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Erik Gilbert, Dhows and the Colonial Economy of Zanzibar, 1860-1970.
I really look forward to treating myself to th… https://t.co/XN37PQAA5A


Four books on climate change policy reviewed by @pilitaclark
Of which “by far the most provocative is Climate Chan… https://t.co/eUIIVfetAD


World Bank chief economist @Penny_WB
the job early and at same time Bank is trying to spike controversial research… https://t.co/Tw0NZ7w5F2


A zero-carbon economy would require about four to five times as much electricity as our present one, all from non-c… https://t.co/qOxtDRPEgN


Between the 1860s and 1920s a monopoly of modern weaponry gave European & American imperialists an unprecedented an… https://t.co/jhS1EK4Ll2


In early 19th century malaria, killed within a year roughly
half of all Europeans reaching West Africa. Introductio… https://t.co/XsuIGJx54n


@adam_tooze Every time I talk slavery in class an my students discover the history of Zanzibar-Oman (Omanzibar?), they are blown away.


American cloth from New England was so popular in East Africa by the 1830s that a new word emerged in Swahili to na… https://t.co/AOWx1j4sOH


Zanzibar waterfront 1857 at time of its prosperity earned on back of slave trade & exports of ivory, cloves and gum… https://t.co/uzil9NTuCQ


Four books on climate change policy reviewed by @pilitaclark
Of which “by far the most provocative is Climate Chan… https://t.co/4CMSRexjdI


World Bank chief economist @Penny_WB
the job early and at same time Bank is trying to spike controversial research… https://t.co/Fq5ORqXrsl


American cloth from New England was so popular in East Africa by the 1830s that a new word emerged in Swahili to na… https://t.co/4SEmVqjRJc


A zero-carbon economy would require about four to five times as much electricity as our present one, all from non-c… https://t.co/yt8LKGHwbl


I agree with @Brad_Setser
One of the truly remarkable phenomena of recent decades are rich democracies with a chron… https://t.co/Be0heGnWU2


There have been 2 energy revolutions in human history: the agricultural revolution, which exploited far more incide… https://t.co/5PnyqLfa60

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