Despite the propaganda, Ukraine does not have enough military power to force Russia out of the Donbas let alone Crimea . Edit: IMO Russia's plan to salvage some sort of victory is to hold the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant, for the Kremlin these two points are their priority as it means that Crimea will ...
1 day ago · Research exposes long-term failure of Russian propaganda in Ukraine's Donbas region May 03, 2022 Putin masking invasion policies with 1990s humanitarian propaganda, analysis finds
Sep 19, 2022 · This is why Russia is so dismissive of Western Democracy, because it has been tampered with by """"" privatising""""" the electoral system, and the use of algorithms. Russia has a working democracy and the Aliens are furious. Alien right-wing politics privatises public property for Alien's pockets, and de-constructs the concept of democracy.
Sep 01, 2022 · It had probably a third of the Russian weapons industry (a lot in the Donbas). Once Kyiv stood in late February, the end result was always going to be a lot of bloodshed and no immediate winner. If Ukraine recovers most of its territory and can align with the West, it will be the long term winner. Until then, lots of pain and suffering.
Vladimir Putin, “Address to the People of Russia on the Donbas Problem and the Situation in Ukraine,” American Rhetoric Online Speech Bank, Feb. 21, 2022, https://www.americanrhetoric.com.
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Aug 28, 2022 · That doesn't mean that Ukraine wins the game. But Russia started the special military operation with a limited number of troops and with clearly stated objectives that were designed to be achieved with this limited number of troops. Today, Russia still has the same number of troops and the same objectives.