Obserwator Finansowy: It’s a great honour to have you here at the studio of Obserwator Finansowy. I would like to ask you a question concerning the sanctions imposed on Russia. During the academic session you...
There is an obligation to do everything possible to create damage to Russia’s war effort and put pressure, hopefully, for change in Russia – says Fabio Ghironi, Professor of Economics, University of Washington
Ukraine needs to be confident. Investors need to be confident, that it is secure from further attacks by Russia – says Barry Eichengreen, Professor of Economics and Political Science, University of Berkeley
More capable of addressing political blackmails in foreign trade, they not only effectively help Ukrainians fight in defense of their country, but also provide other countries with better protection from similar invasions.
The complete shutdown of gas deliveries through Nord Stream 1 is an indication of how desperate the Russian leadership has become. There is now no path to military victory, but a clear chance that intensified economic warfare...
No country has done more than Poland to support the people of Ukraine and especially those driven from their homes by President Putin’s unprovoked aggression.
In response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the U.S. and other Western economies deployed a set of powerful financial weapons against Russia with remarkable speed.
How do we avoid each man and country for itself when we are faced with major energy insecurity as today? Not every country is able to be self-sufficient, so how do we avoid an elbowing race for resources?
Russia’s government is doing all it can to evade Western economic sanctions, and at least some observers are positively impressed by its success.
Russia is a small country. From an economic perspective, that is. According to the IMF, the country’s GDP amounted to $1.7 trillion in 2021. That is barely 10% of the European Union’s GDP, or roughly the combined output of...