War in Ukraine forces Europe to rethink its energy strategy
27 March 2022 | 10:41 am
Energy prices in Europe were already on the rise, but with the war in Ukraine, they're soaring. The conflict has underlined a painful reality: the continent's dependence on Russian natural gas. As a result, EU member states are now scrambling to draft new energy strategies. Our correspondents report from Italy, Germany and the Netherlands.
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