NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Russian history professor Sergey Radchenko of Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, about the state of the Russian economy after three months of war.
SOURCE: The Economist
by Nicholas Mulder
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SOURCE: New Statesman
by Adam Tooze
Ukrainian resistance to invasion has affirmed its sovereignty, pushing NATO nations to take actions that would have been politically difficult before, including imposing economic sanctions as a clear instance of taking sides in the conflict. But it's clear those nations are thinking hard about the limits of aid.
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