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May 03, 2022

A closer look at some of Russia's military failures in the war on Ukraine

By Jeffrey Edmonds

NPR's A Martinez speaks with Jeff Edmonds about what Russia's invasion of Ukraine says about its military power at large.

Listen to the full conversation from NPR.

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