Geography class: Crimean bridge explosion leaves Russian supply lines exposed
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Power and borders
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Crimean bridge explosion leaves Russian supply lines exposed
Outline why the Kerch bridge is strategically important for the Russian army in southern Ukraine
Explain why alternative routes for resupply to southern Ukraine are difficult for the Russian military
To what extent does the bridge sabotage increase Ukraine’s chance of re-establishing sovereignty and territorial integrity in Crimea?
This episode of the Rachman Review from the FT’s Gideon Rachman features an interview with Professor Lawrence Freedman on the current situation between Ukrainian and Russian forces and how the conflict may develop in the future.
Alasdair Monteith, Gordonstoun