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The Third European Gas Crisis
Putin Tests the EU’s Mettle

Russia has laid the groundwork to pressure the European Union with surging gas prices and supply shortages next year, but the longer a new gas crisis goes on, the greater the chance it will cost Russia dearly. Will Moscow or Brussels blink first?

Published on: July 16, 2019
Alan Riley is senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, Washington, DC. He has previously advised the Ukrainian energy firm, Naftogaz, and the Polish energy firm, PGNIG.
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