The estimates range from 1,351 and 43,000, but this much is clear: Russia has a manpower problem.
American pledges of aid for Ukraine have come at a dizzying pace and scale. The flood of spending is remarkable for a conflict in which U.S. forces are not directly involved.
The scene of a firefight in March, Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant now has two working reactors on site — and a Russian artillery park.
The camps may be part of a broader plan of cultural genocide by Russia against Ukraine, experts warn.
A former commander of U.S. forces in Europe believes Russia can be defeated in Ukraine — provided the U.S. and its allies stay the course.