Articles by Jan Strupczewski

EU Plans For Life Without Russian Gas Amid Inflation Spike

EU leaders on Friday warned that "cheap energy is gone" and agreed to boost preparations for further cuts in Russian gas, accusing Moscow of "weaponising" energy via a supply squeeze which Germany warned could partly shut its industry.

Europeans Want Fairer, Greener, More Agile EU - Report

European Union citizens would like the 27-nation bloc to become fairer, show greater solidarity, lead the fight against climate change and make swifter decisions, even if it means scrapping the need for unanimity on some issues, an EU report showed.

EU Leaders To Tell Ukraine: "you Belong To Our Family"

European Union leaders will wrestle on Thursday with how to reduce their reliance on Russian energy and bolster political and moral support for Ukraine in the face of Moscow's invasion, but will rebuff Kyiv's appeal for rapid accession to the bloc.

G20 To Warn On Spillover From Monetary Tightening-document

Emerging markets must brace for monetary tightening in the United States and Europe while central banks must be clearer in their policy communication to avoid confusion, financial leaders of the world's 20 biggest economies are likely to warn this week.
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