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Western Leaders Reaction Assessment to the Russian-Ukrainian Invasion: Economic Perspective

Haider Ellalee and Walid Alali

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Abstract: This paper examines how the decision-makers manage and deal with the Russian invasion from an economic perspective. The consequences of the made decisions in the long and short terms. Meantime, how were the European-American people influenced by these decisions, and to what extent did these decisions affect the economy of other nations? Consequently, to what extent could the current global financial system be exposed? Regardless of the damage and paralysis that this administration has caused to the Russian economy. We also discuss the beginning of the Russian threat and the precautions that should have been taken to avoid today's economic crisis. We also address the concept of the current applied siege model and mechanisms that can directly affect and weakening-off the regimes. Finally, we discuss the invasion of the Russian Federation and how this humanitarian catastrophe can be ended. Finally, we propose a scenario for ending the humanitarian and economic catastrophe caused by the Russian-Ukraine invasion.

Keywords: Economy; Russia-Ukraine War; Sanction; Russia Invasion; Inflation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022-10-25
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Published in SSRN Electronic Journal, 2022, ⟨10.2139/ssrn.4256145⟩

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DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.4256145

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