biz.Best
photo profile biz.Best 3k Posts
statut biz.Best Certified
Biography
Business | Innovation
Inspiration | Motivation
Watch Video
Share
January 17, 2023

Alongside his invasion of Ukraine, Vladimir Putin has throttled gas supplies to Europe—but the world has seen energy used as a weapon before. What can the energy shock of 1973 tell about today’s crisis?

00:00 - Energy wars
02:12 - Oil sanctions don’t work
06:59 - Energy security
11:05 - Alternatives to oil

Sign up to The Economist’s daily newsletter: econ.st/3QAawvI

To read more on the war in Ukraine: econ.st/3k6ILzE

How the West’s price cap on Russian oil could roil energy markets: econ.st/3GUQpGD

The costs and consequences of Europe’s energy crisis are growing: econ.st/3Izg6O4

Europe faces an enduring crisis of energy and geopolitics: econ.st/3vPSn4L

Europe is growing complacent about its energy crisis: econ.st/3GT4YKw

Europe’s next energy crunch: econ.st/3jVpDEK

How to deal with Europe’s energy crisis: econ.st/3XmdkQg

Europe’s energy market was not built for this crisis: econ.st/3Qxvn3N

Europe scrambles to protect citizens from sky-high energy prices: econ.st/3k76boR

Europe’s winter of discontent: econ.st/3CA9laM

#theeconomist #economist #economistfilms #economistvideos #politics #news #shortdocumentary #europeenergycrisis #energycrisis #oil #gas #opec #opecoil #russia #ukraine #ukrainewar #russiasanctions