As tensions grow on the Ukrainian border, what effect could Western sanctions have on Russia? mattfrei reports.
With the tense stand-off between Russia and the West over Ukraine, and the US and its allies threatening even tougher sanctions, the impact of all this isn't just hurting Moscow.
Europe Editor and PresenterWith the tense stand-off between Russia and the West over Ukraine, and the US and its allies threatening even tougher sanctions, the impact of all this isn’t just hurting Moscow.Read more: Channel 4 News »
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Liz Truss calls on ‘free world’ to reduce economic dependence on RussiaThe Foreign Secretary warned Vladimir Putin he must ‘desist and step back’ from war in Ukraine or risk being dragged into a prolonged conflict. they should start with conservative party donors When falling in love, the most afraid of people is still accepting love, but in their hearts never appear their own shadow oh
US accuses Russia of conspiring to take over Ukraine governmentTreasury imposes sanctions on four current and former Ukraine government officials it says involved in alleged conspiracy
Tens of thousands could die if Russia goes to war with Ukraine, minister warnsFormer Army officer James Heappey said tens of thousands of people could die if Russia launches an attack on Ukraine. He added Moscow would be 'extraordinarily stupid' to go to war with its neighbour That’s generally what happens in war bright spark!
Brussels reassures US after Macron’s surprise call for EU-Russia talks\n\t\t\tGet local insights from Lisbon to Moscow with an unrivalled network of journalists across Europe,\n\t\t\texpert analysis, our dedicated ‘Brussels Briefing’ newsletter. Customise your myFT page to track\n\t\t\tthe countries of your choice.\n\t\t Macron's pay back ... Organized chaos 🔻🔻🔻🔻🔻🔻 For Biden, small incursion is ok Hardly a “surprise”, more like realpolitik - especially since the US is so dysfunctional in this.
UK may send MORE weapons to Ukraine after 'increasingly threatening behaviour' from RussiaBRITAIN may send more weapons to Ukraine in a bid to stop an impending Russian invasion, as Defence Secretary Ben Wallace announced the UK is open to further cooperation with the Eastern European nation. Don’t you mean increasingly threatening UK/US/NATO behaviour?