The Russia-Ukraine War: Policies, Implications and Sanctions

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Jordan S. Ellingsworth (Editor)

Series: European Political, Economic, and Security Issues
BISAC: POL060000

In the wake of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, democratic nations came together to isolate his regime with coordinated condemnation and a punishing set of sanctions. They have reduced revenues from trade and petroleum products, pushed more than a thousand companies to pull out of Russia, and isolated the country’s financial industry. Yet, the Russian economy only shrank by 2 percent in 2022. Russia has dramatically increased trade with other autocratic nations including China and Iran, not to mention India. The Russian economy is surviving better than any thought it would, and part of that has been the laundering of dirty money in Switzerland.

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Has the United Nations Failed Ukraine and the World?
Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe

Chapter 2. Church, State, and Russia’s War on Ukraine
Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe

Chapter 3. Central Asia: Implications of Russia’s War in Ukraine
Maria A. Blackwood, Ricardo Barrios, Rebecca M. Nelson and Michael D. Sutherland

Chapter 4. Countering Russia’s Terroristic Mercenaries
Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe

Chapter 5. Vladimir Kara-Murza: Putin’s Personal Prisoner
Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe

Chapter 6. Russia’s Alpine Assets: Money Laundering and Sanctions Evasion in Switzerland
Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe

Chapter 7. What Comes Next for U.S. Policy Towards Russia?
Committee on Foreign Relations

Index

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