The EU’s time for dependence on Russian energy is over

Some commentators see the war in Ukraine as the EU’s finest hour, the realization of its founders’ ambition to become the “vanguard of world peace”. Some even claim the President Volodymyr Zelenskyy have “re-legitimized and brought the EU together”. Unfortunately, the reality appears to be quite different: indeed, this crisis has revealed very different priorities between EU member states and uncovered some potentially dangerous underlying fault lines.

Of course, the EU is not alone in this. Putin’s invasion has made the post-WWII world order one of the greatest challenges imaginable. His willingness to engage in naked military aggression has also exposed many of the institutional flaws in that order. The EU’s time for dependence on Russian energy is over

Fry Electronics Team

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