Gas is a geopolitical fuel. It requires a network — of LNG terminals and pipelines — to be delivered. Countries with access to gas reserves and infrastructure can acquire geopolitical advantages at the expense of nations which need gas imports. The importance of gas as a tool of geopolitical … Read more "How gas causes geopolitical conflicts — An explainer"
The Council of the European Union: 27 Governments. 150 committees. Unnamed diplomats. Secret negotiations. Thousands of paragraphs written into the laws that govern our lives. That is why our team will be following the Council’s proceedings closely, reporting on which governments are blocking or watering down legislative proposals, and with whom they are in league. Read more "Secrets of the Council"