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FOX SPORTS, Colo.
— Sociologists have an opinion about whether sanctions against Russia for its role in the Ukrainian crisis will help the United States.
The American sociologist Michael Hudson, who is professor emeritus at the University of Texas, said the sanctions have been “an extraordinary misallocation of resources.”
He said he sees a “very serious problem” in trying to get the U.S. to act militarily.
“What we’re trying to do is to try to create the incentives for action to take place,” Hudson said.
“And I think it’s hard to do that without using a combination of coercion and coercion with a lot of other stuff that is also counterproductive.”
Hudson also said that the sanctions against Moscow are likely to hurt the U