Viewpoint: Many to Blame for EU Energy Chaos

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Europe’s ongoing energy crisis has created a rush to find who was at fault. Fingers have been pointed at the EU’s reliance on its liberalized energy markets. Others blame government interference and unsound energy policy for the current chaos. In reality there is more than enough blame to go around.

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