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October 12, 2022

Putin’s New Ukraine War Commander Has a History of Brutality

By Andrea Kendall-Taylor

After a number of setbacks on the battlefield, Gen. Sergei Surovikin will command Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Andrea Kendall-Taylor provides insights on Putin’s new Ukraine war commander.

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