Bracing for a Protracted War in Ukraine: Updating Our Analysis, One Year On
Eurasia Analyst at RANE, Stratfor
Aug 3, 2023 | 22:26 GMT
A Ukrainian artilleryman fires a 152 mm towed gun-howitzer D-20 at Russian positions near Bakhmut, eastern Ukraine, on July 20, 2023.
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In August 2022, we interrogated the arguments for and against time being on Kyiv's side and on Moscow's side in the war in Ukraine. With Ukraine's long-anticipated counteroffensive currently stalling, the 2023 NATO Summit in Vilnius behind us, and Kyiv's peace plan set to be discussed in Saudi Arabia later this week, now is a good opportunity to update the narratives we laid out a year ago....