Against Russia, an unprecedented deluge of sanctions and mixed consequences

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For the first time, Europeans are putting in place sanctions targeting a country with which they are intimately linked, on commercial, financial or energy levels," says Tom Keatinge, of the British think tank Royal United Services Institute. Responsible for evaluating, country by country, the application of sanctions, he explains that “some fear that in wanting to strike the other, they strike themselves”.