As the US bans the import of oil, gas and coal from Russia, what are the other petroleum products that Russia exports?
With rising food prices and the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, a researcher investigates which countries are most reliant on the country for food supplies.
Sanctions isolate Russians from the international community, which history suggests may not help end Russia's invasion of Ukraine, say two academics.
The IEA has revealed a 10-point plan to cut oil use as Russia's war on Ukraine deepens concerns about supply. This includes having car-free days in cities.
If Russia defaults on its debt payments, it won’t be the first government to do so. A default can mean creditors lose money and raising debt gets harder.
Economic sanctions have been used as a tool of war for centuries. Their main objective is to deter bad behaviour and enforce behavioural change in targeted states.
Soaring prices for oil, gas and wheat because of Russia's war on Ukraine could lead to unrest in some regions, from Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America.
Russia plans to halt exports of raw materials in response to sanctions because of its war on Ukraine. What will that mean for it and the rest of the world?
Russia and Ukraine are key suppliers of crucial metals needed for the clean energy transition - will the conflict derail progress to halt climate change?
With women in Ukraine facing extreme disadvantage, UN Women is working to help them get the support they need.
Misleading, manipulated and false information about the conflict in Ukraine has been circulating on social media platforms. Here are five ways to spot it.
With comprehensive and targeted sanctions being imposed on Russia by various nations, it bodes the question, will this really be enough to deter Russia?
China overtook the US as the EU's largest trade partner in terms of goods in the second quarter of 2021, with the share of imports from Switzerland increasing.
A survey by Edelman Research polled 33,000 respondents in 28 countries about their trust in business from October 19 to November 18, 2020.
The atomic bomb that the United States dropped on Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945, killed tens of thousands and flattened the Japanese city in an instant. Since then over 2,000 tests have been ...