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The West's futile folly: Why sanctions against Russia haven't worked in the past and they won't work in the future

1 month ago   |   By RT

Russians feel the impact of Western economic measures, but it's far from unbearable
The Russian economy is currently experiencing unprecedented pressure from a group of countries led by the United States, with more than 10,000 sanctions imposed on the country, its citizens, and companies.
Never before has such a volume of penalties been imposed on any one country. Even Iran, which has been the West's geopolitical punching bag for many years now, is "only" subject to about 3,600.
Sanctions pressure on Russia has been growing since 2014, when key sectors of the economy - energy, the...
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