NATO's Energy Security Rests on a Fragile Ceasefire

NATO's Energy Security Rests on a Fragile Ceasefire

December 15, 2020

<p class="font_8">There is a lot riding on the success of the recent cease-fire agreement between Azerbaijan and Armenia. NATO’s energy security is now intertwined with the fragile deal. Fueled by Russian arms and military training, the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict threatens to shake confidence in Europe’s drive to reduce its energy reliance on Moscow.</p>
<p class="font_8">It’s no secret that Russia remains determined to weaken&nbsp;the United States and NATO. Not long ago, Moscow weaponized gas exports to Europe to aid an expansionist military campaign against Ukraine. To address these threats, the United States supported the creation of new energy infrastructure routed through Azerbaijan. The intent was to strengthen Western Europe’s energy security.</p>

NATO's Energy Security Rests on a Fragile Ceasefire

NATO's Energy Security Rests on a Fragile Ceasefire

December 15, 2020

<p class="font_8">There is a lot riding on the success of the recent cease-fire agreement between Azerbaijan and Armenia. NATO’s energy security is now intertwined with the fragile deal. Fueled by Russian arms and military training, the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict threatens to shake confidence in Europe’s drive to reduce its energy reliance on Moscow.</p>
<p class="font_8">It’s no secret that Russia remains determined to weaken&nbsp;the United States and NATO. Not long ago, Moscow weaponized gas exports to Europe to aid an expansionist military campaign against Ukraine. To address these threats, the United States supported the creation of new energy infrastructure routed through Azerbaijan. The intent was to strengthen Western Europe’s energy security.</p>

NATO's Energy Security Rests on a Fragile Ceasefire

NATO's Energy Security Rests on a Fragile Ceasefire

December 15, 2020

<p class="font_8">There is a lot riding on the success of the recent cease-fire agreement between Azerbaijan and Armenia. NATO’s energy security is now intertwined with the fragile deal. Fueled by Russian arms and military training, the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict threatens to shake confidence in Europe’s drive to reduce its energy reliance on Moscow.</p>
<p class="font_8">It’s no secret that Russia remains determined to weaken&nbsp;the United States and NATO. Not long ago, Moscow weaponized gas exports to Europe to aid an expansionist military campaign against Ukraine. To address these threats, the United States supported the creation of new energy infrastructure routed through Azerbaijan. The intent was to strengthen Western Europe’s energy security.</p>

NATO's Energy Security Rests on a Fragile Ceasefire

NATO's Energy Security Rests on a Fragile Ceasefire

December 15, 2020

<p class="font_8">There is a lot riding on the success of the recent cease-fire agreement between Azerbaijan and Armenia. NATO’s energy security is now intertwined with the fragile deal. Fueled by Russian arms and military training, the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict threatens to shake confidence in Europe’s drive to reduce its energy reliance on Moscow.</p>
<p class="font_8">It’s no secret that Russia remains determined to weaken&nbsp;the United States and NATO. Not long ago, Moscow weaponized gas exports to Europe to aid an expansionist military campaign against Ukraine. To address these threats, the United States supported the creation of new energy infrastructure routed through Azerbaijan. The intent was to strengthen Western Europe’s energy security.</p>