Justin Bronk on the continuing conflict in Ukraine with Ruth Davidson
26 August 2022
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War in Ukraine
It's important to separate out the escalation discussions around whether an incident at Zaporizhzhya, because it's a nuclear power plant, would interact if there was a radiation release with essentially nuclear deterrence, where you're talking about weapons, from the dangers of the power plant itself. As I understand it, and I must say here I'm not a nuclear physicist, but the danger really in the last couple of days has come from the intermittent power disruption. The Russians are exploring how to and whether they can reroute the massive power output from the Zaporizhzhya plant to the Russian grid via Crimea as opposed to the Ukrainian power grid....