Analysis: Russia using ‘human wave’ troops in Donbas

Prof Michael Clarke analyses the latest situation on the ground in Ukraine, with Russia suffering heavy troop losses in the Donbas region.

He explains how the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and three others remain under continued attack and have gone offline from the main electricity grid, now relying on backup generators.

The strategy of attacking such infrastructure is a hallmark of General Sergey Surovikin who says that he “has the technical means of making Ukraine surrender”, says Prof Clarke.

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