Even if Russia is able to consolidate its hold on some of the eastern parts of Ukraine such as Donetsk and Luhansk, it is still likely to run into logistical problems, face local resistance and grapple with the difficulties of finding appropriate people to govern these regions, says Emily Ferris, Research Fellow, Russia and Eurasia, in the latest episode of RUSI Reflects.
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