Vladislav Inozemtsev writes about the Russians who are most affected by the economic impact of the war
Vladislav Inozemtsev on whether the future of the Russian economy will resemble the late Soviet Union or Russia of the 1990s
Vladislav Inozemtsev on whether it is possible to propose an alternative strategy that would allow supporting the European economy and at the same time putting pressure on Russia
Vladislav Inozemtsev on the likelihood of an imminent default in Russia
Vladislav Inozemtsev looks into how Russia’s economy will be impacted by Vladimir Putin’s invasion
Vladislav Inozemtsev discusses the economic and social parallels between Russia and Kazakhstan
Vladislav Inozemtsev on why 2022 could be a fateful year for Russia
Vladislav Inozemtsev on the economic "cost of the epidemic" and impact of high energy prices on long-term development
Vladislav Inozemtsev on what the new technological revolution may entail for Russia
Vladislav Inozemtsev on how the sanctions policy against Moscow has become a stage setting for interstate communication instead of a means of persuasion
Vladislav Inozemtsev on the medium-term consequences of the current rise in oil prices
Vladislav Inozemtsev ponders Russians’ unique fear of the future
Vladislav Inozemtsev on why Putin’s Russia is a corporation rather than a state
Vladislav Inozemtsev on the threat of ‘radical sanctions’ against sovereign debt for Russia
Vladislav Inozemtsev on what the COVID-19 pandemic means for the Eurasian Economic Union
Vladislav Inozemtsev explains why 2020 is far from over
Vladislav Inozemtsev on how Russian authorities are losing the battle against COVID-19
Vladislav Inozemtsev on why sanctions against Moscow have not yet brought the desired results
Vladislav Inozemtsev puzzles over the constantly changing electoral rules in Russia and their role in power preservation
Vladislav Inozemtsev looks at new attempts by the state to squeeze Russian taxpayers
Vladislav Inozemtsev is worried about how Covid-19 is sending Russia’s transport sector off the rails
Vladislav Inozemtsev on what awaits Russia in the coming months
Vladislav Inozemtsev on how the coronavirus will help citizens ‘swallow’ both the economic recession and constitutional reform
As prices per barrel plummet, Vladislav Inozemtsev considers the latest standoff between Russia and Saudi Arabia
Vladislav Inozemtsev on how the coronavirus is affecting the Russian economy
In recent decades, writes Vladislav Inozemtsev, Russia’s economy, society, and geopolitical standing have become prisoners to China’s success — to a far greater extent than the authorities and ordinary citizens are prepared to recognise
Vladislav Inozemtsev on Minister Oreshkin’s dubious optimism about the Russian economy in a world of low oil prices
Russia has yet again gone down a path towards national humiliation, writes Vladislav Inozemtsev
Russia’s economic forums make a big splash, but their real influence is overblown, writes Vladislav Inozemtsev
Vladislav Inozemtsev on the inevitability of another recession in Russia
Vladislav Inozemtsev looks at what lies behind a wave of pessimism sweeping the Russian population
Vladislav Inozemtsev reflects on the state of Russia’s economy at the end of this year and challenges it faces at the start of the next
Too often development policies in Russia are geared towards its mega cities and border areas -- all at the expense of smaller towns and rural areas. As wealth inequalities spiral out of control, that has to change.
An ambitious round of social welfare spending and greater worker protections are the Kremlin’s only refuge from voter dismay
Why is the Rouble sliding? Do Russia’s financial authorities find this too problematic?
Why has the Kremlin unexpectedly decided to introduce such an unpopular and politically dangerous pension reform?
Putin’s programme for his next term in office is based on a pledge to pump at least 30 trillion roubles into the Russian economy. He doesn’t say where it will come from.
What is the advantage of Putin's policy?