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Russia’s war against Ukraine continues with no end in sight. Almost a year into the conflict, one of the most intriguing questions is how Russia’s economy has managed to stave off a destabilising economic crisis in the face of unprecedented economic sanctions.
How has the Russian economy survived? What has the impact of sanctions been on the Russian public? And can Russia continue to thwart international pressure to choke off the oil revenues that fuel the war effort in Ukraine?
Join Aaron David Miller as he sits down with the Financial Times’ Polina Ivanova, an investigative journalist who covers Russia, Ukraine, and Central Asia, and has focused on how Russia’s economy has learned to adapt over the last year.
How Russia Handles Western Sanctions With Polina Ivanova | http://bit.ly/3RawK98 | If a nuclear bomb had been exploded in Ukraine only the news of that it has reached the Russian population, not the radiation
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