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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