The National Interest: "The Biden Administration Wants to Ignore Its Most Obvious Problem: Russia"

Sep 12, 2021

In an article for The National Interest, U.S. Global Engagement Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev writes that Moscow is engaged in a game of “natural gas chicken,” because it hopes that concerns about low reserves in Europe will create pressure to get Nord Stream II certified and open for business. Gvosdev argues that Washington cannot afford to overlook this ploy.

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