May 07, 2023

Michael Kofman on the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

CNAS Adjunct Senior Fellow Michael Kofman talked about the state of the Russia-Ukraine conflict and the anticipated Ukrainian counteroffensive with C-SPAN.

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