The Russian invasion of Ukraine is incredibly complex and often convoluted. The fog of war prevents a lot of genuine facts from being brought to light.
For example, Ukraine is not a shining example of freedom and democracy .However, one thing is clear. The Russian invasion of Ukraine’s sovereignty an the slaying of innocent non-combatants is a crime against humanity.
Therefore, when stories of Ukrainian’s resisting their invaders emerge, we appreciate their bravery and tenacity.
For the third time in less than two weeks, a Russian General has been slain in Ukraine. This is largely due to Russia’s leaders are required to lead from the front. While this is an admirable method of leadership, it might be prudent to keep the top leaders and strategic minds more safe.
It will be interesting to see how Russia’s doctrine and leadership style will play out in the continued conflict.
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