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Recruits attend military training at a firing range in the Krasnodar region in southern Russia in October 2022, eight months into Russia’s war in Ukraine. The mobilization of recruits was a sign of Russian acknowledgement that it was engaged in full-fledged war, not a ‘special military operation.’ (AP Photo)

Why Russia’s war in Ukraine today is so different from a year ago

Russia’s army in Ukraine is fighting a much more artillery-intensive and methodical war than it was almost a year ago.
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Could Russia collapse?

There are 3 reasons why we shouldn’t discount the possibility that defeat in Ukraine might make the Kremlin’s edifice crumble.
Cars drive past a building with a huge letter Z, a symbol of the Russian military, and a hashtag reading ‘we don’t abandon our own’ in Moscow on March 30, 2022. (AP Photo)

War-time media reporting is shaping opinions about Russia’s Ukraine invasion

The transmission of truth about the war against Ukraine is a criminal offense in Russia. Without access to the complete information about the war, Russian population continues to support it.

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