Ukraine's preparatory strikes on Crimea reveal key weakness for Putin | Philip Ingram

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Strike on Crimea and the Kerch bridge will like be at the core of Ukraine's 2025 plan to capitalise on Putin's losses over summer, Military Intelligence expert Philip Ingram tells Frontline on #timesradio

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Russia should leave Ukraine and end this pointless war.

ryanhartnett
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After 2+ Years, Thank You, for "Spelling this Out" !! Whole World Should be Listening !! ...

johnnywalker
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What a lovely informative interview from a knowledgeable person 🇬🇧🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦

sarakinna
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Once the bridge is down, Ukraine doesn't have to focus on Crimea as much. They will surrender as their supplies dwindle allowing Ukraine to focus elsewhere

rogerrantz
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Excellent interview and also I love his accent.

luminyam
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Finally a Times Radio vid with good sound quality! 🙂

racebiketuner
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Isn't this all an extract of yesterday's interview?

AlanTheBeast
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Putler: "Everything is going according to plan!"

captainhaddck
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I can’t believe it’s still standing myself.

mrdarbab
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Another unlabelled repeat. If you are going to rerun interviews, please label them a so.

colmfarrell
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Not a word about the degrading of the Russian economy and reality coming to bear on the population of Moscow and
St Petersburg., so far largely isolated.

tomcarr
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Interesting conversation. Yes, it is covering ground discussed before, but the Kursk bridge, specifically the railroad bridge is the strategic target. A freight train with fuel and arms is the perfect target that will permanently sever the war effort, while the passenger roadway is essential for the flood of Russian refugees and arm chair generals fleeing Crimea when the Russian southern front collapses. This scenario is far cheaper and more effective than deporting the undesirables after the war ends. If done correctly, that refugee flood could lead to a collapse of Russian control over the Caucuses and facilitate open travel and commerce by non-Russians around the Sea of Azov and along the Sochi coastline.

gregash
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Key weakness? The entire rushn' military is his key weakness 😂😂😂

dpelpal
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Imagine a world where people thought for themselves? Banded together and said, Nah crazy man Vlad, we aren't doing that, in fact we are going to throw you in jail for the rest of your life. Unfortunately, it takes a military leader to take the initiative....

kevinn
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Once the bridge is down, it will become very hard and vulnerable to move supplies to the Russian troops in Crimea. Maritime supplies are slower and highly dangerous. Basically Russian troops in Crimea will start to starve of everything, as soon as the bridge goes down. The links by land to north Crimea being built for months are very vulnerable too, given their proximity to the frontlines.

JoaoCosta-pnim
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Where was this expert during the super Duper counter offensive that failed spectacularly...These arm chair experts were responsible for that failure

timothykatende
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Willl F-16's be allowed to strike in Ruzzian territory?

michaelblosser
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Anyone notice how quiet the Russian bots have been lately

_alienblood
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Phil continues to wax lyrical whilst the Titanic goes to the bottom.

russellspeed
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Everyone talks about the CCP (Communist China) using its vast military to attack the island of Taiwan. In strategic terms, if you are planning an attack, why do what your adversaries expect. What if the Chinese Red Army: (1) attacks India so its eastern territory east of Bangladesh is cut off; occupies Mongolia; or starts to move into Kyrgyzstan or Nepal?

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