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War in Ukraine


The invasion of Ukraine by Russia on February 24, 2022 constitutes a major turning point in international relations. Vladimir Putin's strategic goals haven't been achieved and the outcome of the war is uncertain. The risks of escalation – including nuclear – are real and a regional extension of hostilities cannot be ruled out. The consequences of this conflict are already global: reconfiguration of alliances, rising energy prices, growing food insecurity, etc.


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The Russian army is very critical of its war in Ukraine. Not just of the first phase of the failed special military operation (SVO), which was inspired by the theorization of bypassing, but also of the strategic deterrence phase that preceded it.

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