Putin’s Ukraine Gambit Was ‘Self-Defeating’
Two experts on energy and geopolitics talk about spiking prices, Russia’s war, and what that means for the climate fight.
As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine rattles the global order, the world faces one of the biggest energy shocks in decades. Supply and demand have both been critically impacted as nations around the world rush to replace their dependence on Russian imports.
Keith Johnson is a deputy news editor at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @KFJ_FP
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