These Last Database alliances with Latin America are a propitious space to revitalize the bi-regional strategic association, connecting the necessary "green alliances" that derive from the European Green Deal with those that are needed to respond to the strategic autonomy sought. After the Last Database Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, and with the greater awareness of the energy dependency that the EU drags , a convergence of both axes Last Database seems to be in sight9. The rep ower eu plan , promoted by the Commission in March 2022 in response, aims to decouple the.
Union from its energy Last Database dependence on Russia thanks to a two-thirds reduction in gas imports from that country10. This supposes a renewed impetus towards renewable energies in the medium term and a costly short-term readjustment of suppliers, apart from being more polluting and harmful when redirecting towards liquefied natural gas ( LNG ) extracted with hydraulic Last Database fracturing methods ( fracking ). It will therefore be necessary to consider to what extent this impetus for renewable energies is confirmed, so that the Last Database imperatives of energy security do not overshadow the decarbonisation objectives.
Nor can the use of energy Last Database policy by the eu be disregardedas an active tool of external influence nor the harmful effects it may have on third countries, and therefore in aggregate. With the rise in natural gas prices caused by the war in Ukraine, a renewed Last Database commitment to coal is being seen, as it is a cheaper resource, although less sustainable. In short, a new cycle of a geopolitical EU and for strategic autonomy is opening , with new opportunities for cooperation and re-articulation of ties with Latin America. An indispensable tool, in this regard, is the network of Association Agreements that has been articulated on a Last Database bi-regional scale in the last two decades. Far from being understood as mere free trade agreements, these have a marked.