June 06, 2023

Maps show how damaged Kakhovka dam hurts both Ukraine and Russia

Source: The Washington Post

Journalists: Ruby Mellen, Samuel Granados

Franz-Stefan Gady, an adjunct senior fellow with the defense program at the Center for a New American Security, agreed Russia benefited in the short term from the damage. But he noted that “it will also affect Russian defenses along the Dnipro, flooding the first line of Russian defense. This may pose a problem for Russian defenses down the road.”

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  • Franz-Stefan Gady

    Adjunct Senior Fellow, Defense Program

    Franz-Stefan Gady has advised militaries in Europe and the United States on structural reform and the future of high-intensity warfare. He is a former Senior Fellow with the I...