The bloc took action after ‘atrocities’ in Ukraine, but analysts say oil and gas markets pose more complex challenges.
Cathrin Schaer is a journalist based in Berlin. She's done desk time for Spiegel Online and Handelsblatt and her freelance work has been published eve... rywhere from the New York Times to Vogue, Wired and the Guardian.
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