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Ukraine Live Day 329
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The Interpreter
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Russian-to-English translation journal, with original analysis and commentary on Russia's foreign & domestic policy.
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Identifying Russian Tanks In Ukraine
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The Interpreter has been establishing the presence of Russian equipment in Ukraine for some time. One excellent resource on this topic, however, is a report by Armament Research Services (ARES) which released a 100-page report (discussed here) detailing weapons used by the Ukrainian military and the Russian-backed separatists. Some of the weapons used by the separatists ARES has called "red flags" since either Ukraine has not deployed the weapons to the front lines, or because Ukraine has never had possession of the weapons in the first place -- meaning they almost certainly came from Russian military stockpiles. 

Another helpful guide, however, is this document just made by the Ukraine At War blog, which helps identify the difference between tanks used by the Ukrainian military as well as the separatist, and vehicles that Ukraine does not use but which have shown up on the front lines anyway.

-- James Miller