In Ukraine, the Russian invasion scare could be keeping out foreign investors

Feb 1, 2022
The threat undermines “Ukraine's position on international markets" said the Atlantic Council's Peter Dickinson. "Companies can't finance themselves."
A woman sells fruit in an underground walkway in Kyiv, Ukraine's capital. There is concern “about the safety of Ukraine as a place to do business," said Peter Dickinson of the Atlantic Council.
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The economic legacy of the Jan. 6 insurrection is "intertwined" with the pandemic

Jan 6, 2022
“So much is good about the recovery,” said Wendy Edelberg of the Brookings Institution. Yet “we’re still in the midst of chaos.”
Protesters loyal to Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6, 2021. The nation's political instability, said Wendy Edelberg of Brookings, "makes me nervous for the year ahead."
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Will the riot in Washington deter foreign investment in the U.S.?

Jan 8, 2021
Wednesday’s occupation of Capitol Hill stirred questions about the country’s political stability.
Pro-Trump supporters storming the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
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Rule of law is essential for the economy, too

Feb 20, 2020
Trump has come under fire for behavior that allegedly weakens the rule of law. But that concept isn't strictly legal.
Attorney General William Barr participates in a press conference at the Department of Justice on Feb. 10 in Washington, D.C.
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