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February 27, 2023
Since Russia Invaded Ukraine, Allies Levied More Than 11,000 Sanctions on Russia
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Rachel Ziemba of the Center for a New American Security about sanctions which have failed to dramatically weaken Russia's economy, and its ability to finance the war.
Listen to the full interview from NPR's Morning Edition
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