Energy: Issues and Trends

Long considered a geographical and cultural crossroads between West and East, Southeast Europe could play a pivotal role as energy issues gain a higher profile. While the EU seeks to diversify supply and Moscow to consolidate its influence, countries in the region savor the long-term benefits of energy projects while grappling with shortages and infrastructure challenges. What does the future hold? Our contributors take a close look at existing issues and emerging trends.

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