A matter of preference: Taking sides on the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project

  title={A matter of preference: Taking sides on the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project},
  author={Moniek de Jong and Thijs Van de Graaf and Tim Haesebrouck},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary European Studies},
  pages={331 - 344}
ABSTRACT Over the past few years, the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline has been one of the most divisive issues in EU politics, with some member states opposing the project, others supporting it, and a third group adopting a neutral stance. Which conditions explain these varying national positions? Our study offers the first systematic attempt to examine preference formation with regard to Nord Stream 2 across the entire EU membership. Drawing on elite surveys, we compile an original dataset to… 
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