Checkmate Gazprom

Brower, Derek
July 2007
Prospect;Jul2007, Issue 136, p56
This article discusses the Russian state-owned gas monopoly Gazprom, and how its decision to stop supplying the Ukraine with gas has affected the European Union's foreign policy. Due to Gazprom's monopoly on the world's supply of natural gas, the European Union will have trouble diversifying energy supply out of Russia's favor.


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