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Scenarios for Future Russian Invasion in Ukraine: Bad, Worse and the Ugly - comment by Ievgen Vorobiov and Stanislav Secrieru

Despite the unveiling of the „ceasefire protocol” and Ukraine’s concessions to Russia on trade and occupied territories in Donbas, the situation in Ukraine is far from stability. The Kremlin may well  read the latest developments as an invitation for turning up the heat in Ukraine. Given Ukraine’s current vulnerabilities, Russian invasion may follow three scenarios: land corridor to Crimea, inciting the Novorossiya elsewhere and attempting to partition Ukraine.

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