Video Period 25 minutes 10 seconds
Russian forces are reported to be combating poor logistics and low morale, whereas going through sturdy resistance.
It’s been almost two weeks since Russia’s president launched an invasion of Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin promised to demilitarise and ‘de-nazify’ the nation, and shield civilians he says have been abused by Ukraine’s authorities.
Russian forces have taken town of Kherson, and try to encircle the capital Kyiv.
However they’re reported to be affected by poor logistics and low morale, whereas going through sturdy resistance from Ukrainian troopers.
So, how far will Vladimir Putin go to achieve his aims?
And the way far will the West be ready to go in supporting Ukraine militarily?
Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault
Pavel Felgenhauer – Defence and navy analyst
Samuel Ramani – Affiliate fellow, Royal United Providers Institute for Defence and Safety Research (RUSI).
Baptiste Robert – Chief government officer, Predicta Lab, an organisation centered on preventing disinformation.
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