Working Paper #66, 2022
Although the Russia-Ukraine conflict, which is now unfolding before our very eyes, can be seen as a primarily ... ... inflation—unprecedented for our century—will turn into a chronic stagflation. Some economists in the West posit that a new global recession is likely to happen as early as 2023 [
]. Indeed... ... that will, in turn, accelerate the country’s integration into the economy of the European Union, allowing for Ukraine’s accession to the EU.
For many years, international...
... demonstrated by the success of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Putin and his administration still remain a powerful engine of Russia’s Western-style modernization. In that sense, we can only admire the president’s determination to maintain the country’s pro-Western ... ... emphasis on gradual technological modernization — including a continued buildup of forces stationed along the border with Ukraine in order to give Moscow more instruments for intervening in the course of the Ukrainian conflict. At the same time, Moscow ...
Since the end of the Cold War and disintegration of the Soviet Union, the almost two-year-long Ukraine crisis has grown into a key event affecting global security and international relations. In fact, the situation has been analyzed at length both by Russian and Western experts, although much of the work has been deplorably biased and lopsided.
To this end, the analysis offered by
... ... seem to be possible. The freezing of the East Ukraine conflict will very likely prevent Kiev’s accession to
at least in the near future, because neither organization will admit states that have unsettled territorial disputes ...