EU Common Energy Policy: A Trojan Horse for Member States?

  • 2009-10-22
  • By Anna-Maria Galojan
Energy dialogue between the European Union and RussiaEnergy dependency on Russia is one of the most discussed topics among EU member states. We can even call it the Trojan horse of EU Common policies. The European Union founding treaties do not include provisions directly regulating the energy sector, as the member states have not entrusted supranational institutions with managing the energy sector. The European Commission estimates that the dependency of the Union on energy imports will increase, from the present 50 percent, to nearly 70 percent during the next 25 years. It is poss...
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