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Russian military power and what Putin got wrong in his invasion of Ukraine

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NATO has reported a spike in Russian military activity at sea and in NATO and other western European countries' airspace as tensions have mounted over Ukraine. Here, a Russian military long-range bomber aircraft flies in international airspace on Oct. 29.
NATO has reported a spike in Russian military activity at sea and in NATO and other western European countries' airspace as tensions have mounted over Ukraine. Here, a Russian military long-range bomber aircraft flies in international airspace on Oct. 29.

So far, the invasion of Ukraine hasn't gone the way Russian President Vladimir Putin hoped it would.

What have the first two and a half weeks of fighting revealed about the aggressor's military capabilities?

What might happen next in the region?

Guest: Ward Carroll, retired Naval Aviator, novelist and host of the popular Ward Carroll YouTube channel

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*This interview was recorded on Thursday, March 17.

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