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Russia's Response to SanctionsBy Richard Connolly

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Richard Connelly details the Western sanctions placed on Russia following the invasion of Crimea, their impacts, and Russia's policy responses.

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The pivot to Asia that predated the Ukrainian Crisis has subsequently become more pronounced.

Silvana Malle, economist


Russia's invasion and annexation of Ukraine's Crimean peninsula in 2014 was quickly followed by international sanctions, targeting Russian elites and government officials as well as key Russian industries.

The response from the West began the reversal of nearly three decades of Russia's integration into the global economy.

Richard Connelly is a lecturer and research fellow at the University of Birmingham, having served as Director at the Centre for Russia, European, and Eurasian Studies.

In this book, Connelly explores how sanctions have impacted Russia, and how it has responded to and adapted to the ensuing financial crisis.

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