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Moscow sharpens its strategy as energy war looms

Photo published on 27 September 2022 by the Danish Defence Command showing the gas leak at the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
Photo published on 27 September 2022 by the Danish Defence Command showing the gas leak at the Nord Stream 2 pipeline. © Handout/Danish Defence/AFP
Quietly confident that the West wants to avoid an economic collapse of Russia, Moscow is unfazed by the ongoing G7 negotiations on a Russian oil price cap. The Kremlin is, however, privately gearing up for energy guerrilla warfare should tensions over the issue come to a head. [...]
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