In the run-up to the Ukraine invasion, Gazprom has conclusively proven that it is not a business but a politico-military enterprise – a central part of Putin’s war-making kit.
The Biden administration is greatly irritated by the SPD’s submissive stance on Russia.
The CEE countries were left out of all top jobs in Brussels. As compensation, the top EU energy job should be filled by them.
Gazprom’s North Stream 2 gas pipeline has not been completed. Now the company wants to sue the EU for applying its own rules and regulations to the project.
Ukraine’s economic freedom depends more on its energy freedom than on any other single factor.
Ahead of a decisive winter, Ukraine faces a difficult battle without strong support from the West.
Will Putin’s third presidential term be one of growing political and economic risk?
Should Russia become a top priority on the U.S. foreign policy agenda?