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Senate Committee To Examine "Tightening The Screws On Russia"

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The Senate Committee for Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs will meet tomorrow to hold a hearing entitled, "tightening the screws on Russia."

  • According to the committee, the hearing will focus on "smart sanctions, economic statecraft, and next steps."
  • The hearing will examine how sanctions can be better targeted to hinder the Russian invasion of Ukraine in light of a Ukrainian counteroffensive putting the Russian military on the back foot.
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The Senate Committee for Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs will meet tomorrow to hold a hearing entitled, "tightening the screws on Russia."

  • According to the committee, the hearing will focus on "smart sanctions, economic statecraft, and next steps."
  • The hearing will examine how sanctions can be better targeted to hinder the Russian invasion of Ukraine in light of a Ukrainian counteroffensive putting the Russian military on the back foot.