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Russia has claimed victory in the eastern Ukrainian city of Bakhmut. Though Moscow is trumpeting a “mission accomplished” moment, Ukraine insists that the city has not completely fallen. But while the deadliest battle of the war might be over, what comes next is far from clear.

Bakhmut is in ruins, and controlling it would not necessarily help Moscow toward its larger goal — conquering the entire eastern region of Donbas — now that Ukrainian…

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