Russia's economy won't survive war, it is equal to economy of Texas
You don't need to be a great economist to understand why the Russians have such a bad ruble exchange rate
I surfed Russian networks. I read that today the non-food sector of Russian goods consists of 75% imports.
We probably have something like that somewhere, too? Where can I find out?
But you don't need to be a great economist to understand why the Russians have such a bad time with the ruble.
"Energy sales have decreased. The dollar has become less. It has become more expensive. And most of the goods have to be imported from abroad."
And their salaries are not growing.
Putin is turning the civilizational confrontation into a war of attrition.
Yeah, with the Russian economy = Texas economy.
And China will give nothing for nothing.
Let me remind everyone that when Kaiser's Germany surrendered in November 1918, the Germans were near Rostov, in the Crimea, and near Paris. But they ran out of ammunition.
"So Russia can count not on the allies' economies sinking. It can count on discord and misunderstandings between the allies."
I am sure that Russia is hoping for 5th columns in their country.
And even more in Ukraine.
And Putin still thinks that the Russian soldier is the strongest in the world.
He's a great strategist. We've already seen that.
Although we should not forget about the "moles" at the highest levels of power.
About the author. Viktor Bobyrenko, political scientist.
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