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The War in Ukraine is Far From Over, A Long Lasting One on Its Way


In February 2024, the Russian Special Military Operation (SMO) in Ukraine will enter its third year. The toll, thus far, has been staggering. The total number of troops killed and wounded on both sides is likely well over half a million. Over 11 million Ukrainians have either become refugees or been internally displaced. Over a million Russian citizens fled to avoid conscription. Billions of dollars’ worth of equipment have been destroyed. The war continues to reverberate globally with slowed economic growth, rising inflation, volatile energy prices, and food shortages —especially in Africa and the Middle East. As Russia increasingly turns…

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