Andreas Goldthau

It’s time to carve energy out of the Ukraine conundrum

The crisis in Ukraine is the most severe security challenge in Europe after the Cold War. Energy has featured prominently in public debates surrounding the conflict. Yet, energy-market realities hinder some of the political preferences that currently feature prominently in the hallways of European capital cities. As Brookings’ Tim Boersma and I argue in our recent piece for The National Interest, European policy makers should therefore push for separating energy from hard security issues in this conflict. Read more.

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