Russia

Russia (Russian: Россия, Rossiya, Russian pronunciation: [rɐˈsʲijə]), or the Russian Federation, is a transcontinental country spanning Eastern Europe and Northern Asia. It covers over 17,125,191 square kilometres (6,612,073 sq mi), consists of more than one-eighth of the Earth's inhabited land area, extends to eleven time zones, and has borders with sixteen sovereign nations. Moscow is the country's capital and largest city, while Saint Petersburg is the second-largest city. The Russians are the largest Slavic and European nation, and Russian is the most spoken Slavic language; as well as the most spoken native language in Europe. Russia is the largest country …

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World Bank Group · 1 December 2023 English

Many studies have assessed the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and social isolation policies on various forms of domestic violence, but very few have sought to study the effects on femicides. …

observed in El Salvador, Colombia, Guatemala, and Russia. Further, an important share of homicides (about


29 January 2023 Arabic

آثار التكلفة والمساحة والموثوقية المترتبة على استخدام الهيدروجين في محطات شحن السيارات الكهربائية المعزولة عن الشبكة: دراسة من خالل نظام المعلومات الجغرافية لمدينة الرياض في المملكة العربية السعودية عمرو الشرفاء …

Non-oil Exports: “Diagnosing Dutch Disease; Does Russia Have Determinants of Supply and Demand, 1970-90


29 January 2023 English

Data Insights Capturing the Value From Supply-Side Shocks in the Heavy Crude Market Philipp Galkin, Jennifer Considine and Evar Umeozor Instant Insight December 18, 2022 KS--2022-II13 Capturing the Value From …

or by logistic bottlenecks (Canada). Apart from Russia, Iran, Venezuela and Canada, the other major sources Market Effects from U.S. Economic Sanctions: Iran, Russia, Venezuela.” Congressional Research Service, February 25613/5DX9-P121. The Maritime Executive. 2022. “Russia Is Competing with Iran and Venezuela to Sell Discount Discount Oil.” https:// maritime-executive.com/article/russia-is-competing-with-iran-and-venezuela-to-sell-discount-oil “Explainer: When EU Embargo Comes, Where Will Russia Sell Its Crude Oil?” Reuters, September 23. https://www


HPA: Water Policy Association · 28 January 2023 English

Therefore, the events that are taking place demand attention, and there is a need to provide some reflections and critical insights on the socio-economic and political risks that arise when …

thinks that the current trends would be suitable for Russia, Ireland, Canada, and Finland in cereal output


ISW: Institute for the Study of War · 28 January 2023 English

out of fears about mobilization likely did so because of "false values imported from outside" of Russia and that they need spiritual help.60 Patriarch Kirill pointed to the flight of Russian citizens in

Russia’s tolerance to accept causalities will allow Russia to win the war in the long run despite Russian and set conditions for an offensive in Luhansk.4 Russia is redeploying elements of the 2nd Motorized Rifle south of Russia" and the generation of "awareness of oneself as a citizen of multinational Russia."13 Russian (UNHCR) Filippo Grandi reiterated on January 27 that Russia is consistently in violation of "the fundamental 27. Secretary of the General Council of United Russia Andrey Turchak claimed that Kreminna is the most


RIS: Research and Information System for Developing Countries · 27 January 2023 English

Dr Dash presented the in developing countries and the the developing countries during growing development financing associated challenges in meeting it the pandemic and the roadmap gap in the post-Covid …

her address to in terms of women in decision of Russia-Ukranian war, role of students, H. E. Ms Elizabeth


ISET-PI: Iset Policy Institute · 27 January 2023 English

of commodities significantly, in which Ukraine (grains and oilseeds), Belarus (fertilizers), and Russia (energy and grains) were the main exporters. [...] Under the latest forecasts from the National Bank in Q3 (NBG, October 2022), followed by the increased export of investment goods. [...] As in Q2, Russia was the main contributor to the rise in money transfers, the latter having risen by 231% y/y and

(grains and oilseeds), Belarus (fertilizers), and Russia (energy and grains) were the main exporters. According stemming from the post-pandemic period and the Russia-Ukraine War, the first wave of migrants in Georgia greater trade of motor cars and mineral waters), Russia (+4.95 pp y/y), Bulgaria (+4.22 pp y/y), Azerbaijan of motor cars (mainly to Ukraine, Armenia, and Russia). Altogether, the export of motor cars rose by October 2022). Similar to Q2 2022, imports from Russia were major contributors to the overall growth of


RIS: Research and Information System for Developing Countries · 27 January 2023 English

Dr Dash presented the in developing countries and the the developing countries during growing development financing associated challenges in meeting it the pandemic and the roadmap gap in the post-Covid …

her address to in terms of women in decision of Russia-Ukranian war, role of students, H. E. Ms Elizabeth


UNU WIDER: United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research · 27 January 2023 English

WIDER Working Paper 2023/16-Migration out of poverty: The case of post-war migration in Mozambique

migration decisions, for example, in historical Russia (Chernina et al. 2014), Mexico (de Janvry et al


ACAPS · 27 January 2023 English

FOOD INSECURIT Y IN THE COUNTRY The drought has disrupted the population’s main sources of livelihoods The humanitarian crisis generated by the drought could worsen in 2023, as FROM A …

The increase in fuel prices, mostly caused by the Russia-Ukraine war, is worsening the crisis limited food


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