The U.S. and Europe over the weekend moved to cut many Russian banks out of the global financial system by stopping its access to what’s called the SWIFT global payment system, which is based in Belgium. For more on this, “Marketplace Morning Report’s” David Brancaccio spoke with Emily Kilcrease, a senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security.
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