I think that focusing on individual businessmen is probably not going to be effective in imposing costs on the Russian leadership.
At this time, most of those Russian businessmen, the ones who are close to Putin and the ones who aren’t so close to Putin, have already been sanctioned. You can only sanction people so many times, and it’s not going to be effective.
The better course of action is actually what the Biden White House has done in the last couple of weeks, which is to create a new executive order that creates capabilities not yet used, but clearly demonstrated to target Russian financial systems and, in particular, sovereign debt. And that would really create significant costs for the Putin leadership.
And I think that that’s where the Biden administration rightly has focused its signaling and its capabilities, to be able to send a message to the Russian leadership that it needs to desist, not just on the internal front, with its actions against Navalny and his supporters, but also interference in our elections and in our political systems in the United States.