I remember when 500 was alot.These tallies used to give me optimism and now it’s the opposite; it’s just a reminder that Russian leadership has zero qualms about endlessly feeding the meat grinder and that the soulless Russian people will never rise up to make it stop, even as their own children and grandchildren are slaughtered.
Also, the Russians have lost close to 2,500 tanks. That is a lot of trained crews dead & wounded. It wouldn't surprise me if a lot of the replacement Russian tankmen have had little to no training.That's pretty epic considering the UA tank is in the open. It also looks like one of the T series tanks, which don't have the best optics.
Indeed...and this WSJ view is bracing, but sadly correct.Yes, we can only take solace in that we have severely weakened our #2 rival's capacity to do harm in other places in the future.
I disagree, we have not given our best effort. Not even close.Indeed...and this WSJ view is bracing, but sadly correct.
Putin has withstood the West’s best efforts to reverse his invasion of Ukraine, and his hold on power is firm. The U.S. and its allies need a new strategy: containment.www.wsj.com
As with most articles, an editor writes the headline and the clickbait description which, as in this case, is often misleading.