A diminished Ukrainian role in the transport of oil could negatively impact the entire region by Juniper Neill A decade after the collapse of the Soviet Union, certain countries of the NIS and Central and Eastern Europe remain tied to Moscow through dependence on Russian oil and natural gas. Russia has repeatedly used that as […]

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