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Cities destroyed, civilian targets under constant attack, wounded Russians prevented from being transported out of conflict zones, and supplies not being delivered to Moscow forces that have advanced too far into the ground. This is the picture drawn by the daily report of the Institute for the Study of War (ISW), a think tank based in the United States. The document, released this Sunday, is especially critical of Vladimir Putin and the value that is being given to Severodonetskthe main focus of the war.
“The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, is inflicting unspeakable suffering on Ukrainians and demanding horrible sacrifices from his own people in an effort to take over a city that is not worth it, even for him”, analysts Frederick W. Kagan, Kateryna Stepanenko and George Barros begin by writing.
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