No, because the measure would harm the EU more than Russia, and only benefit the US and China.
16% (7 votes)
No, because there are internal divisions about the costs and benefits of a measure that would require unanimity in the Council.
72% (31 votes)
Yes, because powerful EU member states will drag reticent ones.
9% (4 votes)
Yes, because it is of the utmost urgency for the future of Europe.
2% (1 vote)
Total votes: 43
Introduction the basic principles of international politics.
Identifying the winners and losers from the war in Ukraine.
Understanding the similarities and differences between military instruments and economic sanctions when it comes to international alliances.
Understanding EU energy policy and policy making.