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What does the Russia-Ukraine crisis mean for MENA?

This morning Russia has launched an invasion of Ukraine and, for oil producers in the Gulf, the further rise in oil prices is positive for their economies. But for others in the region, the combination of a hit to tourism, heightened global risk appetite and higher commodity prices could lead to strains in the balance of payments and the public finances.

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