Ukraine Unrest Fits Pattern Of Russian Invasion Drills
The recent pattern of pro-Russian unrest and fierce fighting in eastern Ukraine resembles a Russian military playbook used in exercises simulating invasion drills, according to a new analysis. The analysis, by ex-NATO commander Wesley Clark and Phillip Karber, a former Defense official in the Reagan administration, comes as Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko unveiled a 14-point peace plan Friday. The plan was announced despite NATO evidence, disputed by Russia, that President Vladimir Putin is resuming his nation’s buildup of troops near the Ukrainian border.
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