Why Putin may go to war In Ukraine

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As tensions mount between Moscow and Kyiv, the Biden administration scrambles to avert a potential Russian military operation against Ukraine.

Axar.az reports that US and NATO officials have warned in recent weeks about a new spurt of Russian military activity on the easternmost side of the Russian-Ukrainian border. According to the most recent estimates, around 90,000-100,000 Russian troops are arrayed along the border zone. Though this number is down from the roughly 150,000 Russian personnel who took part in Moscow’s springtime buildup, military experts and Western intelligence sources have expressed alarm over the “unusual” and “out of cycle” nature of the recent movements. The Kremlin’s full intentions remain unknown, which is the way Russian President Vladimir Putin likes it.

2021.12.05 / 14:58
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