Chris Weafer assesses the impact of ‘self-sanctions’ on the Russian economy.
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Richard Connolly presents a policy brief arguing that the Ukraine crisis could push Russia away from global economic integration, threatening its development.
Ben Aris, Editor-in-Chief at Business New Europe, assesses the impact of sanctions and the West’s ability to force Russia’s hand in Ukraine.
Ian Kearns argues that the West needs a response to the crisis in Ukraine beyond sanctions. While we must avoid a military confrontation with Russia, the West must find a way to bring Putin to the negotiating table on terms that are acceptable for both sides.
Sylke Tempel argues that seen from Berlin, the crisis in Ukraine is not about Eastern Europe, but about Europe as a whole and despite much emphasis on what can be done in the short-term, Germany will be a more effective responder to Putin’s challenge in Ukraine if it pursues a clear long-term strategy.
Sir Malcolm Rifkind MP argues that Russia’s actions in Ukraine will have had serious implications for Ukraine, Europe and potentially global stability and the only way to stand up to Putin is through robust and targeted economic sanctions.