The EU finds itself in uncharted legal territory as it ponders using Russia’s frozen assets against it.
John Psaropoulos is an independent journalist based in Athens and has been Al Jazeera's correspondent in Southeast Europe since 2012. His personal blo... g, Hellenica, is at johntpsaropoulos.substack.com
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