121,228 views Streamed live on Jan 19, 2023
Please join the Europe, Russia, and Eurasia Program for a fascinating discussion on the current state and future of the Russian economy under international sanctions.
Following Russia’s February 2022 invasion of Ukraine, The US, EU, and their partners imposed severe sanctions on the Russian economy. Sanctions of this scale and scope are unprecedented in recent history, and have major potential implications not just for the course of the war in Ukraine, but also for Russia’s broader geopolitical position.
We are excited to host a wide-ranging conversation on this topic moderated by Max Bergmann, and featuring CSIS experts Dr. Maria Snegovaya and Ben Cahill. Additionally, we will be joined by Dr. Sergey Aleksashenko, a Russian economist and Member of the Board of the Boris Nemtsov Foundation for Freedom, and the Board of the Free Russia Foundation.
I had real plans for my next decade and felt I’d worked hard enough to earn it. Will I really not live to see my children married? To watch the World Trade Center rise again? To read – if not indeed write the obituaries of elderly villains like Henry Kissinger and Joseph Ratzinger? ~ Christopher Hitchens
Current videos to watch
‘Decades of War’ if Russia Wins
Crime and the FBI
These 5 Books Made Me A Millionaire (In My 20s)
Former White House advisor Fiona Hill who has had dinner with President Vladimir Vladimirovich 5 Kopek’s Putin warns of renewed Russian assault on Kyiv | Conflict Zone
Paul Massaro: How Russia Corrupted the West | Jake Broe Podcast (E012)
Ricky Gervais and Richard Dawkins in Conversation
Maserati MC20 review. Can it compete with the latest V6 hybrid supercars from McLaren & Ferrari?
Why Russia Will Not Use Nuclear Weapons in Ukraine
2-year Lancia Fulvia Zagato 1600 restoration is finished but how much did it all cost? Part 14
Japanese Killer Robots Murder 29 Scientists | Elon Musk Warned Us About This
Most watched video ‘OnTopic’ in the USA
‘Speed is King’, especially if you are currently viewing this on a mobile phone. Want to share a video with your friends but the video takes ages to load? Find out how you can easily overcome this by clicking HERE…
Talking of which, people in Russia and elsewhere are restricted from free use of the internet by government diktat. They get around this by using a VPN, a Virtual Private Network which allows them to access the internet despite government imposed restrictions.
If you want to watch programmes from a foreign country, you can also use the VPN facility.
Proudly made in the USA and supported in Ukraine!
3Billion Monthly Searches
without being tracked and therefore BANNED IN CHINA!
Mac, PC or Mobile