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"So long as Putin continues to be president of Russia, Russia will not be able to benefit from the global economy," said the Atlantic Council's Eddie Fishman.
For 15 years the EU has been talking about decreasing its dependence on Russia's gas and oil, but it didn't do it intime.
As Russia invades Ukraine, there’s a strong possibility that economic growth can sharply slow down while prices keep on growing. We hear from Harvard's Megan Greene about "stagflation" and the war’s influence on the global economy.
The invasion has introduced a lot of unknowns for global trade, financial markets and national economies. It's also a blow to the pandemic recovery.
Once again, a professor of Russian history says, ordinary Russians will be "the ones who shoulder the daily burden."