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The costs of Russia’s shift towards isolation

It is highly likely that the war in Ukraine will accelerate Russia’s shift towards isolation and into autarky. This will prevent Russia from catching up with more advanced economies, while the West will face some difficult choices as higher defence spending and greater energy security move up the agenda. In view of the wider interest, we are also making this Long Run Update available to clients of our Emerging Europe Service.

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