A series of drone attacks in Moscow Sunday brought the war closer to Russian citizens. Although Ukraine has not taken responsibility, President Volodomyr Zelenskiy said afterward that attacks on Russian territory are an “inevitable, natural and absolutely fair process” in the war which has ravaged Ukraine for nearly 18 months. Host Marco Werman speaks with CNAS Adjunct Senior Fellow Samuel Bendett about the attacks and the capacity for both sides to use drone warfare to further their military objectives.
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