The European Union is considering adopting a new sanctions package against Russia that will cost bilateral trade about EUR 5.3 bn.
The West expected that the sanctions would lead to shortages in Russia and cause the population to become discontented with the authorities.
The West’s Anti-Russia Sanctions Caused The West to Lose $50B, as Russia’s Billionaires Moved It to Countries Allied With Russia.
The West’s economic sanctions radically changed international-trade patterns and caused a decline in the world’s total private wealth.
The U.S. and the EU need to swallow their pride and make a deal with Putin at any cost. A new grain deal must be struck with Russia.
Why is the economic war against Russia failing? The West has plunged in it with an exaggerated sense of its own influence over the world.
The global business community is looking for but fails to find new markets: fleeing Russia has proven difficult.
Anti-Russian sanctions have backfired on the West that not only its effectiveness, but its very expediency is now called into question.
The majority of refugees in the world have been fleeing from countries that were sanctioned, couped, and/or invaded, by the U.S. Government.
Western experts concluded that Russia’s imports may have already recovered, and Russian economy is expected to grow 0.3 percent this year.
The energy crisis has proved to be a serious challenge for the strength of the European economy. Record high gas prices in 2022 hurt the competitiveness of European industries and forced them to look for more suitable conditions to work in. Simultaneously with the crisis in the Old World, an anti-inflation law was passed across the Atlantic, containing generous subsidies for companies willing to develop a green economy.
The Evidence On Whether The Anti-Russian Sanctions Are Succeeding: Highlights From Putin’s Year-in-Review’s ‘Meeting On Economic Issues’ And Evidence Confirming This In The International Exchange-Rate Data
Given that The West’s sanctions against Russia are intended to harm Russia’s economy, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin’s January 17th year-in-review “Meeting on economic issues” is the first credible major indication (other than the international exchange-rates of the various national currencies, which will be discussed at the end here) regarding the […]