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Transatlantic Unity Makes Russia Sanctions More Effective

WASHINGTON—It has been a year since the United States, European Union, and other allies first sanctioned Russia for its illegal annexation of Crimea and aggression toward Ukraine. As Russia’s destabilization of Ukraine continued, the United States and Europe broadened sanctions in an effort to persuade Vladimir Putin’s government to change its behavior and to deter Russia from further belligerence in Ukraine and elsewhere in the neighborhood. The measures included asset freezes and visa bans on individuals considered to be responsible for actions against Ukraine’s territorial integrity (including several in Putin’s inner circle), and limits on business dealings with some Russian …read more

Source: The German Marshall Fund of the United States

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