NATO can compartmentalize Putin’s Russia war to repel them in Ukraine in different sections by:
- Targeting Russian supply lines: Russian forces are heavily reliant on their supply lines, and by targeting these lines, NATO can make it difficult for Russian forces to operate effectively. This can be done by using airstrikes, artillery, or cyber attacks.
- Isolating Russian forces: NATO can also try to isolate Russian forces by cutting them off from their supply lines and reinforcements. This can be done by using air and sea power to blockade Russian forces or by using ground forces to surround them.
- Attacking Russian command and control: NATO can also attack Russian command and control facilities, which will make it difficult for Russian forces to coordinate their operations. This can be done by using airstrikes or cyber attacks.
- Providing Ukraine with more weapons and training: NATO can also provide Ukraine with more weapons and training, which will help them to defend themselves against Russian forces. This can include providing Ukraine with anti-tank weapons, anti-aircraft weapons, and artillery.
- Imposing sanctions on Russia: NATO can also impose sanctions on Russia, which will make it more difficult for Russia to finance its war effort. This can include freezing Russian assets, banning Russian imports, and cutting Russia off from the global financial system.
By taking these steps, NATO can make it more difficult for Russia to achieve its objectives in Ukraine and can help to repel the Russian invasion.