One thing that can be said about Russia, but never is said, is that alone among the worlds major nations, it rejects credit expansion and asset inflation. Think about it. Has any major global bank ever had anything but a pro forma presence in Moscow? No, not even after the USSR went caput. For 100 years they have been dying to capitalize Russia, and failed totally.
Now in these parts a rejection or at least a skepticism about credit/monetary expansion is an honorable thing. One thing is to consider that Putin is trying to pop the bubble that the rest of the world is in. I can make the case that this is the Russia's strategic goal. With a global financial and economic reset Russia's relative strength rockets higher. Remember, they don't have any bubbles that I know of.
Russia is an island all it's own. A serious downturn in the markets and the economy would put most all major nations into serious political trouble. Not so much Russia. Remember, they don't have any bubbles. I don't even think the Russian government provides nearly as much direct income into households as the West does. So that threat to political order is far lower there.
One other thing is this could blow up China's great Belt and Road Initiative , Eurasian integration grand plan for the century.
Anyway for now I will consider this war is intended to blow up the bubble of the last 30 or 40 years, and it just might. Untold tragedies await for so many. Even us. Let's hope not.