The dispute between Russia and Ukraine is causing substantial suffering in central and east European countries which have few, if any, other sources of gas, and very limited opportunity to switch to other fuels. Jonathan Stern proposes the resumption of Russian gas deliveries to central and east European countries on humanitarian grounds.
The temptation for EU governments to be seen to “do something” about rolling back energy prices has increased, is increasing and ought to be resisted, argues David Buchan.
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