Western Sanctions Push as War Enters Second Year

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  • Top US officials have been visiting countries with strong Russian trade ties, hoping to encourage closer cooperation on sanctions.
  • The EU's latest sanctions package targets shipping and reinsurance firms facilitating Russia's evasion of the G7 oil price cap.
  • But calls for tougher enforcement and a lower cap are growing, amid concerns about the EU's reach and Russia's oil earnings.

The Issue

Sanctions, Military Conflict, Trade, Policy and Regulation, Oil Supply, Ukraine Crisis
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