It starts with the financial isolation of what was less than a decade ago a G-8 nation. Where does it end? Does it end? That depends on battlefield behavior. Russia, as the aggressor, in launching an unprovoked war against its neighbor, has been increasingly and just as aggressively, from an economic perspective, unwound from global participation.
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