Israeli Energy Exports Won’t Make Europe More Pro-Israel
The natural gas discovered in the Eastern Mediterranean is so expensive to bring to market that it might never reach European consumers, let alone change the policies of EU governments.
Congress Weighs Threat of Moscow Wielding the Energy Weapon
The “mere threat of a cutoff gives Russia political leverage” over Europe.
Trump Should Urge Europe to Resist Putin’s Pipeline Politics
If Trump really means “America first,” he needs to raise the pipeline issue.
Trump Stumbles Into Europe’s Pipeline Politics
By lending support to the Three Seas Initiative, Trump wades into a complicated European fight over energy, access, and who calls the shots.
Russia’s Controversial European Gas Project Is Under Fire, Again
Environmental violations thrust Nord Stream 2 and its European partners into an awkward position.
Trump’s Steel Tariffs Are a Surefire Way to Hurt the Rust Belt
Tariffs would raise costs for steel-consuming industries, potentially killing a "massive amount of jobs."
Another Big Win for Russian Pipeline Politics in Europe?
The controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline reaches a new milestone.
Is Europe Caving to Russia on Pipeline Politics?
And will the new White House welcome it with open arms?
Trump Brings the Keystone Pipeline Back from the Dead
With the stroke of a pen, Trump revives two controversial energy pipelines in a sharp reversal of Obama’s policies.
With an Assist From Putin, Greece — for Now — Wins
The prospect of Russian President Vladimir Putin rescuing Greece might be enough to get Europe to cave to Athen's debt demands.