April 10, 2014

Financial Warfare Could Lead to Actual War

Harold James, Project Syndicate

The Associated Press

The revolution in Ukraine and Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea have generated a serious security crisis in Europe. But, with Western leaders testing a new kind of financial warfare, the situation could become even more dangerous.

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