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Ukraine: Are We Seeing a Lull Before the Russian Storm?

A tank takes position during a drill conducted in December 2016 by the newly established 150th Motorized Rifle Division in Russia’s Rostov region, about 50 kilometers from the border with Ukraine. Russia has been building up its armed forces along the Ukrainian border lately. (Photo: Russia’s Ministry of Defense)

Western media may not be paying much attention now to Ukraine, but this does not mean that the conflict there has been frozen, much less settled. The ceasefire concluded in February 2015 has not held, and the frontline has seen incessant fighting. Moscow continues to undermine Kyiv and plans for far more aggressive measures in the future.
 

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David Batashvili is an international relations analyst. He worked in the National Security Council of Georgia in 2008-2013.

Ukraine: Are We Seeing a Lull Before the Russian Storm?

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