How the Israeli Army Perceives the Russian-Ukraine War, 70 Days In

Israel has been drawing its own conclusions from Putin's failure in Ukraine: From the resurgence of large-scale wars to the drawbacks of urban fighting

Amos Harel
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Around 70 days since the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, the Israeli military is following events with growing curiosity, especially the resounding failure of the Russian army. Below are some of the Israel Defense Forces’ interim conclusions, relying mostly on media reports and exchanges of views with the U.S. military, as Israel doesn’t systematically collect intelligence on Russia.

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