Europe’s energy geopolitics and the security of EU energy supplies is getting very dicey as in contentious. The latest developments revolve around who will be the major suppliers of natural gas to the EU markets going forward.
Paul Craig Roberts, Dave Kranzler, Michael Hudson
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