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Domino effect: How Denmark lost control over the North Sea

A series of maneuvers, some political, will have huge consequences for Denmark in the years to come. Danish oil and gas resources are now completely out of Denmark's hands.

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Often in history, major changes come about after a series of small developments. However sometimes, there is a sudden and drastic shift, marking the beginning of a new phase in the story.

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