The fallout from recent geopolitical tensions has led to major changes in the Russian economy, creating opportunities as businesses shift strategies to meet new challenges. In one major trend, the combination of economic sanctions and low oil prices is accelerating a move towards the development and expansion of domestic industrial production in sectors that have traditionally been served by imports. How has the recent geopolitical turmoil impacted investor strategies in Russia? Do these changes broaden the investment landscape for Middle East and Asia players? Which sectors stand to benefit most?