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December 17, 2022

Are Sanctions on Russia Working?

By Edward Fishman

The international community has slapped an unprecedented number of sanctions on Russia since it invaded Ukraine. What impact have they had? Edward Fishman joins NPR to discuss sanctions regarding Russia.

Listen to the full interview from NPR.

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