As the Ukraine war grinds on: Can either side break the stalemate? - To The Point.

Six months into Russia’s attack on Ukraine, both sides are suffering heavy casualties yet seem unable to gain the advantage. At least until you look behind the front lines. Ukraine is increasingly striking Russian targets deep in Russian-occupied territory and may have been responsible for huge explosions at an ammunition depot and an airfield in Crimea. Fresh shelling of Europe’s biggest nuclear power plant at Zaporizhzhia is meanwhile raising alarm. On To the Point, we’re asking: "As the Ukraine war grinds on: Can either side break the stalemate?"

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Chapters:
00:00 Intro
3:10 Heavy casualties on both sides: How long can they hold out?
4:00 Ukrainians forced to fight for Russia?
5:30 Is stagnation on the battlefield due to political stagnation in the West?
6:40 A counter offensive by Ukraine in Kherson?
9:30 How could Russia advance so quick in the south at the beginning of the war?
10:00 What weapons could be a gamechanger?
12:00 Ukraine has enough soldiers but is lacking heavy weapons
13:10 Is Zelenskyy under pressure to deliver quicker results on the battlefield?
14:30 How important is it to disrupt fake Russian referendums?
16:10 What is going on in Crimea?
18:30 Has Ukraine a better deep strike capability than Russia assumed?

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