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The IMF Changes its Rules to Isolate China and Russia

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[10] I provide a narrative of the Greek disaster in Killing the Host (2015).

[11] Reuters, "IMF rule change keeps Ukraine support; Russia complains," Dec 8, 2015. click here

[12] Anders Aslund, "The IMF Outfoxes Putin," op. cit.

[13] Anna Gelpern, "Russia's Bond: It's Official! (" and Private " and Anything Else It Wants to Be ")," Credit Slips, April 17, 2015. click here

[14] Anton Siluanov, "Russia wants fair rules on sovereign debt," Financial Times, December 10, 2015. He added: "Russia's financing was not made for commercial gain. Just as America and Britain regularly do, it provided assistance to a country whose policies it supported. The US is now supporting the current Ukrainian government through its USAID guarantee programme."

[15] John Helmer: IMF Makes Ukraine War-Fighting Loan, Allows US to Fund Military Operations Against Russia, May Repay Gazprom Bill," Naked Capitalism, March 16, 2015 (from his site Dances with Bears).

[16] "Ukraine Rebuffs Putin's Offer to Restructure Russian Debt," Moscow Times, November 20, 2015, from Johnson's Russia List, November 20, 2015, #32.

[17] "Lavrov: U.S. admits lack of prospects of restoring Ukrainian solvency," Interfax, November 7, 2015, translated on Johnson's Russia List, December 7, 2015, #38.

[18] Quoted by Tamara Zamyantina, "IMF's dilemma," op. cit. [fn 8].

[19] Vladimir Putin, "Responses to journalists' questions following the G20 summit," Kremlin.ru, November 16, 2015. From Johnson's Russia List, November 17, 2015, #7.

[20] Anton Tabakh, "A Debt Deal for Kiev?" Carnegie Moscow Center, November 20, 2015, on Johnson's Russia List, November 20, 2015, #34. Tabakh is Director for regional ratings at "Rus-Rating" and associate professor at the National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow.

[21] "Lavrov: U.S. admits lack of prospects of restoring Ukrainian solvency," November 7, 2015, translated on Johnson's Russia List, December 7, 2015, #38.

[22] "In Conversation with Dmitry Medvedev: Interview with five television channels," Government.ru, December 9, 2015, from Johnson's Russia List, December 10, 2015, #2

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