Originally published on Conservative Home
“If the UK were to take the lead on Western sanctions against Russia, the UK’s economy could profit considerably. But the West evidently does not have the stomach, nor the stamina, to implement meaningful sanctions. Or so say the sceptics of sanctions who claim they could only ever be symbolic. Advocates of sanctions in a bid to stop Russian aggression, on the other hand, argue they have changed the Kremlin’s behaviour. The first two rounds of sanctions have come and gone, and yet nothing has changed.”
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