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|Title:||An Invasion by Any Other Name: The Kremlin’s Dirty War in Ukraine|
Fitzpatrick, Catherine A.
|Keywords:||Ukraine Conflict, 2014-|
Information warfare--Russia (Federation)
Russia (Federation)--Foreign relations--21st Century
|Publisher:||Institute of Modern Russia|
|Place of Publication:||New York, NY|
|Description:||"With the significant exception of the Russian government, few deny that Moscow is financially and militarily backing the “separatist” war in east Ukraine and has in fact invaded its neighbor. This report aims to offer a thorough forensic accounting of Russia’s dirty war in the Donbass in two ways: first, by surveying the evidence of advanced weapons systems on the battlefield that can only have come from Russia; and second, by examining all available evidence on Russian military casualties and fatalities suffered in Ukraine."|
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