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Putin preparing for prolonged war in Ukraine, U.S spy chief says

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Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines paints a grim picture of the next phase of Putin's invasion. She says Putin faces a mismatch between his ambitions and Russia's current military capabilities. The current trend increases the likelihood that Putin will turn to more drastic means, she says. Despite the uncertainty, the US does not believe Putin will move to use nuclear weapons.
7 months ago·Washington, United States

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Russian President Vladimir Putin preparing for prolonged war in Ukraine: US spy chief

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7 months ago·United Kingdom
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Putin preparing for prolonged war in Ukraine, says top US intelligence official – video

The US director of national intelligence, Avril Haines, says the Russian president is counting on western resolve 'to weaken as food shortages, inflation and energy prices get worse'

7 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Ukraine war to become 'more unpredictable and escalatory' as Putin ready for long haul

THE UKRAINE WAR is likely to become "more unpredictable and escalatory" as Vladimir Putin is "preparing for a prolonged conflict", according to US intelligence.

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Top US spy chief says war in Ukraine will likely become 'more unpredictable and escalatory'

The US intelligence community believes that Russian President Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine is likely to become "more unpredictable and escalatory" in the coming months, the nation's top spymaster told Congress on Tuesday.

7 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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