“Russia-Ukraine War: Belgorod Fixation Signals Anxiety” – Analysis by ISW.

Belgorod, Russia – The war in Ukraine seems to have spread beyond the borders of the country, as recent reports suggest that even Russians living in the country’s Belgorod Region are starting to feel its effects.

According to The New York Times, the war has become a fixation for the Russian Defense Ministry, leading some to speculate that officials are becoming anxious about the situation. The International Security and Warfare Institute has also suggested that the fixation may signal anxiety on the part of the Russian government.

Meanwhile, attacks in Russia have destroyed the perception of President Putin’s invincible army. DW (English) reported that recent attacks have proven that the myth of Putin’s unbeatable military may not hold up after all.

The situation has only become more complex as Russia continues its invasion into Ukraine, now lasting 466 days. The Guardian provides a detailed overview of what has been happening on the ground in Ukraine and how it has drawn in various international actors.

CNN has provided a broad perspective on Russia’s war in Ukraine, highlighting the geopolitical implications and the ongoing tensions between Russia and other countries in Eastern Europe.

As the war continues to drag on, it remains to be seen how it will affect not only the people of Ukraine, but also the wider region and the global community.