Ukraine war: What we’ve learned about modern warfare – Sky News

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Drone strikes, like the one that damaged buildings in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv on Wednesday, have become commonplace within the war with Russia.

The conflict, like others, has seen violence, destruction and countless lives lost – but this is an uniquely information-led war, from advances in technology to social media and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s communication tactics.

On the Sky News Daily, Sally Lockwood speaks to Sky’s defence and security analyst Professor Michael Clarke as we examine what Russia’s war with Ukraine has taught us about modern warfare.

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