Gas Price Caps Have Become the EU’s Latest Hot-Button Issue

Ursula von der leyen amid europe's energy crisis
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen awaits the group photo for the European Political Community summit, Prague, Czech Republic, Oct 6, 2022 (AP photo by Alastair Grant).

Europe’s eyes were fixed on Prague today for the inaugural summit of the European Political Community assembling all of continental Europe’s leaders, besides Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko. But tomorrow’s European Council meeting focusing on Europe’s energy crisis is expected to deliver more tangible outcomes.

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