The EU faces a collapse in its domestic gas production. Russia claims it wants to help by providing more natural gas supplies via Nord Stream 2. Is this claim yet another example of a Russian disinformation operation in action?
The presidents of Serbia and Kosovo have proposed an audacious resolution to the two countries’ longstanding conflict. They are prepared to take ownership of the process, and the proper response from the West is supportive non-interference.
Today, Washington has two tools for easing Europe’s vulnerability to Russian energy influence: the threat of sanctions on the Kremlin’s pipeline project, and exports of American liquefied natural gas to Europe.