America’s shale gas revolution could free Europe from Russia’s energy grip
Russian gas, pumped through pipelines across Ukraine, fuels much of European industry. Some countries in Western Europe appear hesitant about imposing sanctions on Russia after its annexation of Crimea for fear of damaging their own economies. But Russia’s control of the energy market could be broken by a free market.
<i>The United States has an array of policy options including military, diplomatic and economic, to consider using to impose pressure on Russia in response to its aggression against Ukraine. However, one must not discount the impact that free markets and free trade can ultimately have on the situation. What is the likelihood of America liberalising its energy marke...
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