Technology sanctions would hit Russia hard

Sovereignty is a major digital issue for the EU. But while in Europe this usually means reducing supply chain dependencies and preventing excessive access by the People’s Republic of China in terms of cyber security, Russia is officially pursuing the goal of far-reaching digital autonomy in terms of state policy. However, the state with 144 million inhabitants has not made much progress in this direction, which is why technology sanctions would hit it particularly hard.

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