Alaska can help solve nation's energy crisis


Russian President Vladimir Putin’s dreams almost came true.

Over the past few years, the Russian government has promoted development of the vast natural gas resources of the Russian high Arctic to Germany, Poland, and other eastern European countries. Putin planned to have them totally dependent on long-term contractual commitments for their energy needs, formerly provided by coal.

Had Putin waited a few years, most of Europe would have become so dependent on Russian gas that they would effectively be held hostage. Putin would have been able to achieve his ultimate goal, reuniting Mother...

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