The EU Is Playing a Pretty Strong Hand on Europe’s Energy Crisis

The EU Is Playing a Pretty Strong Hand on Europe’s Energy Crisis
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen speaks during a media conference about the energy crisis at EU headquarters in Brussels, Sept. 7, 2022 (AP photo by Virginia Mayo).

Documents are flying around Brussels with various proposals to resolve Europe’s energy crisis, ahead of a pivotal emergency meeting of the EU’s energy ministers scheduled for tomorrow. But there remain several unanswered questions, including whether those proposals will be durable or sustainable in the long term.

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