Sanctions at Work

Russian military spending fell by a fifth last year, its first decline in nearly two decades, with tighter purse-strings likely to affect Moscow’s military activity ahead, a report by defense think-tank SIPRI showed on Wednesday.

It simply means they are that less likely to invade anybody else. Or the same folks as always. And that’s great news.

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