Ukraine's battle of the airwaves

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War in Ukraine


Both sides are fighting quite an aggressive information campaign, so you do have to be wary of that within analysis. Do the things that we're hearing in these transmissions marry up with what we're seeing on the ground? Do they compare well with what other sources are reporting? So if we have seen that there are Russian soldiers carrying unencrypted radios or notionally unencrypted radios, and now we are hearing unencrypted transmissions that have been intercepted, that all points towards that information being something that we can use to form an assessment and begin to construct analysis.

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