Nord Stream sabotage theory pushed by US and Germany has major holes
The theory that a “pro-Ukrainian” team, whose names all remain a mystery, blew up the Nord Stream pipelines with a small yacht is already being questioned by the German press
‘I think Hersh’s article is very credible’ – Columbia professor Jeffrey Sachs says US likely behind Nord Stream explosions, calls for UN investigation
The U.S. either conducted the Nord Stream terrorism attack or helped another country conduct the operation, according to renowned Columbia professor Jeffrey Sachs
Did the US blow up Europe’s Nord Stream pipelines? Europe’s media considers the possibility
The international media once went along with claims of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Can the same media be trusted to investigate the Nord Stream sabotage attacks?
CIA and US Navy blew up Germany’s Nord Stream pipelines, according to bombshell report from famed journalist Seymour Hersh
This may be the biggest geopolitical investigative story of the decade
The Germans are one of the main reasons behind the EU’s energy crisis, says Czech MEP
“A naive approach that was unable to read Russia in its full depth and context. The Germans took it purely for business purposes,” said Czech MEP Alexandr Vondra
Nord Stream explosions mark the end of an era for Germany
Russo-German economic and geopolitical relations as we know them are coming to an end, writes political scientist Marek Cichocki
‘Thank you, USA’ – Radosław Sikorski tweeted precisely what Germany wanted
Poland’s former foreign minister has only further revealed his contempt for the United States and his admiration for Germany through his controversial “Thank you, USA” tweet posted after the Nord Stream pipeline explosions, writes Polish senior columnist Jerzy Jachowicz
No cast-iron guarantees on Baltic Pipe security after Nord Stream sabotage
The damage to the Nord Stream gas pipelines has raised concerns about the security of critical energy infrastructure, including Baltic Pipe
Nord Stream 2 could be blocked despite German and Austrian support
According to Maroš Šefčovič, the Vice President of the European Commission for the Energy Union, the European Council could cancel the Nord Stream project despite the support of Germany, Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands.
German policy regarding Nord Stream 2 is failing
Nord Stream 2 is rather a political than a business project and Germany has so far been unable to cooperate in the creation of European energy politics, claims Thierry Bros.