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Jakub Janovsky: If either side tomorrow got air superiority, the battlefield would look very different

— Monday, 20 November 2023, 15:10

"There are many aspects that make the war in Ukraine unique in terms of analysis and conclusions that can be drawn from the war. So people definitely need to be very careful with their predictions based on what they see in Ukraine. We are seeing unique circumstances. For example, one of them is that neither side has air dominance. If one side had air superiority, the battlefield would look very different. The same can be applied to the presence or lack of certain equipment, technologies, and so on," says the guest of the new episode of the podcast "(Un)Safe Country".

What aspects make it difficult to compare the war in Ukraine with previous wars?

In the new episode of the "(Un)Safe Country)" podcast, its permanent host Alina Frolova talks to Jakub Janovsky, an OSINT analyst and author of research within the ORYX and BellingCat projects. The conversation is about OSINT technologies, the loss of equipment, disinformation messages, and the Oryx project.

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(un)Safe Country

(Un)Safe Country is a joint podcast of the Centre for Defence Strategies, Media Centre Ukraine and Ukrayinska Pravda. The host of the podcast, Alina Frolova, is a diplomat with a degree in geopolitics. She worked as a Deputy Minister of Defence. She coordinated cooperation with partners and NATO. She was involved in reforms in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

She was responsible for the security of the Black Sea and took an active part in the establishment of the Crimea Platform. She is currently one of the leaders of the Centre for Defence Strategies. In the podcast, she will invite interesting interlocutors, military and civilian, experts and volunteers, Ukrainian and foreign, with whom she will discuss security issues and how to bring victory in the war with Russia closer.